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All NCTSN Resources

The following resources on child trauma were developed by the NCTSN. To find a specific topic or resource, enter keywords in the search box, or filter by resource type, trauma type, language, or audience.

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NCTSN Impact Newsletter: Winter 2018

Type: Newsletter

Includes articles that range from how NCTSN leadership and missions are linked with other trauma-focused organizations, such as the International Society for the Study of Traumatic Stress.

NCTSN Resource

Taking Care of Yourself

Type: Fact Sheet

Offers providers a list of ideas for self-care strategies to use after a difficult event. This checklist outlines the three basics aspects of self-care including awareness, balance, and connection. 

Partner-In Resource

A Guide to Forming Advisory Boards for Family-Serving Organizations

Type: Resource Guide

Walks professionals through the process of forming a board and highlights the common decisions groups have to make while outlining the options at each juncture. This guide helps to demystify the process and allows professionals to think about the bigger strategic decisions that will form the bedr

NCTSN Resource

For Teens: Coping After Mass Violence

Type: Fact Sheet

Offers information for teens about common reactions to mass violence, as well as tips for taking care of themselves and connecting with others.

NCTSN Resource

Child Trauma and Opioid Use: Policy Implications

Type: Fact Sheet

Provides policymakers and other stakeholders with an overview of how substance use and trauma effects children, adolescents, and families; substance use-related impaired caregiving; and the impact of the opioid crisis on children and families.

NCTSN Resource

College Students: Coping After the Recent Shooting

Type: Fact Sheet

Provides information for college students on how to cope afte the recent shooting. This fact sheet offers insight into what college students could be experiencing in light of the recent shooting, as well as types of reactions and what they can do for themselves. 

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