Features different NCTSN members serving unaccompanied immigrant youth and other forms of migration related separation.
Offers parents and caregivers information about traumatic separation, including what traumatic experiences are, how children react to trauma, and ways to heal.
Ofrece a los padres y cuidadores información sobre la separación traumática, incluyendo qué son las experiencias traumáticas, cómo reaccionan los niños al trauma y formas de sanar.
Offers information on unaccompanied and separated immigrant youth in the US who have experienced migration-related trauma and family separation.
Features Jayda, a young mother who is battling feelings of inadequacy as the parent of a toddler. Jayda is struggling to balance life’s responsibilities while experiencing loss and loneliness following the incarceration of her partner Trevor.
Provides a brief overview of the mental health needs of unaccompanied children who have experienced significant trauma in their home countries and along their journey to the United States.
Includes articles that range from a report on teen suicide screening and intervention to new resources for bringing an LGBTQ lens to trauma-informed care.
Explores trauma-informed, culturally-responsive strategies for serving separated children who have migrated to the US from countries in Latin America.