What's New

Check here for the Network's most recent products, website updates, and initiatives. Items are listed in the order they were released, with the newest items listed first.

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January - March 2017

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
 
NCTSN Resources
New Training Guidelines:

When a Child Alleges Sexual Abuse by an Educator or Other School Staff: An Educator’s Guide to Appropriate Response and Support (PDF) (2017)

October - December 2016

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources
Resources for TN Fatal Bus Accident
 
July - September 2016

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources

The Impact of Natural and Technological Disasters on Children, Families, and Communitites (4) (2016) (PDF)
This resource provides an overview of natural and technological disasters and their relationship to child trauma. The resource also offers policy-relevant, child trauma-focused recommendations to assist policymakers in their response to natural and technological disasters.

 
April - June 2016

NCTSN eBulletin
Events and resources on child trauma from the Network, and beyond.
 
NCTSN Resources
Providers will find information about veteran families’ experiences, challenges, and opportunities that accompany their transition to civilian life and, in addition, a list of key questions to ask to new clients, questions not typically included in behavioral health screening.

Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice System(2016) (PDF)
Children who come to the attention of the juvenile justice system are a challenging and underserved population. Among the resources the NCTSN has developed to help juvenile justice professionals understand and provide trauma-focused services to these youth is the Essential Elements of a Trauma-Informed Juvenile Justice System. The eight elements discussed include Trauma-Informed Policies and Procedures, Identification/Screening of Youth Who Have Been Traumatized, Clinical Assessment/Intervention for Trauma-Impaired Youth, Trauma-Informed Programming and Staff Education, Prevention and Management of Secondary Traumatic Stress (STS), Trauma-Informed Partnering with Youth and Families, Trauma-Informed Cross System Collaboration, and Trauma-Informed Approaches to Address Disparities and Diversity.

Staying Safe While Staying Connected Tips for Caregivers (2016) (PDF)
This resource gives parents, family members, and other caregivers valuable information on teens and their use of social media. When caregivers know about the dangers of internet communication, they can give their teens the facts needed to stay safe. The factsheet covers “sexting” and the social and legal ramifications; the danger that apps can present; ways youth can protect their identity and personal information; recommendations about parental monitoring; and ways to keep communication open and support your teen if s/he is being cyberbullied.

Secondary Trauma and Child Welfare Staff: Guidance for Suervisors and Administrators (2016) (PDF)
This fact sheet provides information on how STS manifests itself in child welfare, the kinds of staff who are at risk for STS, and strategies for prevention and intervention STS.

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