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The Institute on Aging and Trauma led by the Center on Holocaust Survivor Care has produced this guide. The New York State Office for the Aging is working in partnership...

A resource for community mental health designed specifically for folks experiencing trauma from violent conflict and displacement.

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The National Child Traumatic Stress Network: This webpage offers information regarding the continued impact of colonialism, genocide, slavery, and white supremacy on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) children...

Feelings of inclusion, connection, and trust with colleagues and managers are harder to come by for Black women due to the historical and sociocultural context of the U.S. workplace, and...

Our nation is at a critical precipice for reimagining how to improve access to and quality of the services for children, families, and communities throughout the United States (US) who...

The Mental Health Effects of Racism – 1-page handout

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Real change requires tough conversations and new types of action.Workplaces throughout the nation are making commitments to racial equity. Like the Civil Rights era, we may see some progress in...

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As we continue to grapple with the overwhelming aspects of an international pandemic, people across our nation have taken to the streets, staff meetings and boardrooms to demand change around...

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A community has a culture, and that culture includes the beliefs of the people that live there. And those individual beliefs are based on their experiences and how they feel...

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People are exposed to racism on a micro-level and on a macro-level. Micro-level: Experiencing racism yourself or watching others experience it. Macro-level: Experiencing racism through the effects of policies, in...

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