Helps young children and families talk about their experiences and feelings related to COVID-19 and the need to shelter in place.
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Presents five expert trauma therapists about their experiences and reflective processes while working with children and families who have experienced developmental trauma and come from complex backgrounds in terms of race, ethnicity, culture, and identity. In addition, Dr.
Offers juvenile justice professionals ways to care for themselves during the pandemic. This fact sheet includes questions to ask when monitoring stress as well as do’s and don’ts for strengthening resilience and caring for yourself and others.
Offers front-line juvenile justice staff ways to effectively support one another during the pandemic. This fact sheet provides information on how to deal with disagreements, frustrations, critical incidents, and other challenges front-line workers have at work.
Offers administrators and supervisors with guidance for dealing with the challenges currently facing juvenile justice settings due to the pandemic.
Offers juvenile justice professionals information on supporting justice-involved youth and families during the pandemic.
Provides information on the impact that trauma may have on youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
Offers military parents information about military youth suicide.
Identifies existing NCTSN resources related to COVID-19. The list includes fact sheets and resource guides, offering information and suggestions for supporting children and families during COVID-19.
Provides external resources related to LGBTQ Pride Month.
Provides external resources related to World Refugee Awareness Month.
Explores trauma-informed, culturally-responsive strategies for serving separated children who have migrated to the US from countries in Latin America. They will discuss policies and practices relevant to the protection and best interests of unaccompanied and separated immigrant children.