The National Center for Trauma-Informed Care, part of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAHMSA), will be in Boise on Thursday, August 15 for a training on Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma Services.
Space is limited so registration is required.
Training: Trauma-Informed Care and Trauma Services
About the training
The morning training session will cover:
There will also be time for discussion with presenters.
About the National Center for Trauma-Informed Care
The National Center for Trauma-Informed Care (NCTIC) provides training for staff, leaders, consumers, and others to facilitate the implementation of trauma-informed care in a range of service systems, including mental health, substance abuse, criminal justice, victim assistance, peer support, education, primary care, domestic violence, child welfare, and others. This training may be offered either in brief sessions to diverse meeting/conference audiences or over several hours or days to specific programs or agencies.
NCTIC also provides technical assistance and consultation to support systems and programs that are committed to implementing trauma-informed approaches to service delivery. Technical assistance may help identify and implement some of the following steps that programs, agencies, or institutions can take to begin the transformation to a trauma-informed environment:
With a better collective understanding of trauma, more consumers and survivors will find their path to healing and wellness. And with a greater public commitment to trauma-informed programs and systems for survivors, we lessen and prevent a wide range of health, behavioral health, and social problems for generations to come.
To register: http://www.idahorefugees.org/samhsa_training/