Provides an overview of organizational cultural and linguistic competence, organizational assessment, and resources.
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.
Provides information about the impact of child sexual abuse.
Stresses that organizations need to have a clearly defined, congruent set of values and principles, and demonstrate behaviors, attitudes, policies, structures, and practices that enable them to work effectively cross-culturally.
Discusses the challenges traumatized youth face when they are living on the street, including the relationship between trauma and youth homelessness, and offers suggestions for service providers who want to engage these young people in treatment.
Accompanies the Family Preparedness Wallet Card. This guide helps families develop a safety plan so that they may be prepared in the event of a disaster.
Accompanies the Family Preparedness Wallet Card. This guide helps families develop a safety plan so that they may be prepared in the event of a disaster. This is the Korean version of Family Preparedness: Thinking Ahead.
Summarizes the signs of intoxication, substance use, and abuse commonly reported by substance users. This guide for parents and caregivers describes different substances teens use, how a teen may look when on that substance, how they may act, and how the substance may make them feel.
Addresses the treatment needs of adolescents who have experienced trauma and still find themselves in challenging situations.
Presents issues related to trauma in Latino and Hispanic populations.
Gives parents advice for coping when their child is injured. This pocket card is intended to be shared with parents by emergency medical technicians and paramedics.
Discusses the complexity of children's reaction to and processing of traumatic events.
Outlines the NCTSN resources that are available on culture and trauma before 2006.