Offers information to service providers on how to support teens and young adults who are experiencing homelessness with a trauma history.
The following resources on Complex Trauma were developed by the NCTSN.
Guides shelter staff in offering support to children and families who are experiencing homelessness and who have experienced trauma.
Reviews key points from the webinars within the Enhancing Multidisciplinary Responses to Polyvictimization: Complex Trauma Speaker Series and answers participants' questions.
Discusses the complex issues of human trafficking. This webinar offers information on how human trafficking transects with both polyvictimization and complex trauma and how to serve survivors.
Discusses the complex trauma adaptations employed by LGBTQ youth and adults who have experienced victimization and polyvictimization.
Discusses the scope of polyvictimization in young children. This webinar describes its impact in early learning programs and emerging intervention practices with emphasis on work underway in Alaska and Washington State.
Discusses the impact, as well as historical and societal context, of polyvictimization in urban communities of color.
Examines the effects of polyvictimization on the K-12 school environment, particularly examining risk for truancy, drop-out, and need for special education services.
Discusses polyvictimization as it relates to the commercial sexual exploitation of boys and adolescent males. This webinar describes unique issues for both runaway and "throwaway" youth, as well as implications for contracting HIV.
Defines CSEC and the scope of the problem of the commercial sexual exploitation of both girls and young women in the US.
Provides an overview of the effects of polyvictimization on youth involved in the juvenile justice system. This webinar offers approaches to identifying this highly vulnerable subgroup and providing them and their families with help in recovering from victimization.
Discusses early work in the NCTSN to describe the prevalence of complex trauma and polyvictimization. This webinar describes ongoing efforts to support the new diagnosis of Developmental Trauma Disorder.