Please follow this link to see a powerpoint summarizing ACEs and trauma, created and presented by Melissa Sadin prior to our screening of the film “Paper Tigers”.
**Trauma Informed Care for Law Enforcement**
- Trauma Training for Criminal Justice Professionals
The following are articles recently published that pertain to Trauma Informed Care and ACEs:
Here are informational sources that we’ve compiled in our research, each adding new information and perspective to the TIC discussion.
- Trauma Informed Care Project
- CDC ACE Study
- National Council for Behavioral Health
- Philadelphia ACEs Project, Community Resilience Cookbook
- Keri Logosso-Misurell, Director of Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition talks about TIC, starting around 11:50 in the video
- ACEs Connection, a great resource for all things TIC
- ACEs Too High, a news site focused on research into ACEs, and how communities implement TIC
- The science of trauma
- Dr. Nadine Burke’s Center for Youth Wellness
- Brain Connection
- ChildTrauma Academy
- National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- Presentation on Trauma Informed Care by Patricia Hentz, EdD, PMHNP-BC, APN– Clinical Associate Professor, Rutgers School of Nursing
- The Trauma Learning and Policy Initiative (TLPI) published this landmark report in 2005, summarizing the impact that trauma can have on learning
- The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) developed a trauma-informed approach, and defined the four “R’s” of TIC — realize, recognize, respond, and resist re-traumatization”.
- The Attachment and Trauma Network (ATN) promotes healing of traumatized children and their families