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NCTSN Resources

The following resources on Culture and Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.

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Conversations about Historical Trauma: Part One

Type: Fact Sheet

Outlines how historical trauma has impacted American Indian children and families and how services for these children and families should take into account not only their present circumstances, personal trauma histories, but also historical trauma.

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Clinicians Not Immune to Impact of Border Violence

Type: Fact Sheet

Outlines the impact of working with children and families who experience border violence. This Spotlight on Culture describes how clinicians adapt to danger of border violence, the long-term concerns, and the tools they use for coping.

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Preventing Youth Suicide in Montana’s Indian Country

Type: Fact Sheet

Outlines Fort Peck's experience with youth suicide in a small town on a reservation in northeastern Montana. This Spotlight on Culture describes youth at risk, becoming authentic partners with the community, and how to listen for resilience when working in Indian Country.

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Military and Veteran Culture

Type: Webinar

Discusses cultural considerations when providing mental health care to members of the military, veterans, and their families.

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