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Advancing Change to Support Trauma-Informed Initiatives and Build Evidence of Impacts - Shared screen with speaker view
Allison Dymnicki
34:02
Allison Dymnicki, Principal Researcher, American Institutes for Research, SAMSHA funded CAT II Trauma Responsive grant
Lauren Bledsoe
34:20
Lauren Bledsoe, LMSW; Trauma Informed Care Program Specialist, Texas Department of Family Protective Services - Child Protective Services
William Webb
34:21
Hi I'm Bill Webb, special projects consultant at Community Access Unlimited.
Veronica Gilbert-Tyson
34:24
Veronica Gilbert-Tyson
Kayla Raker
34:25
I'm Kayla Raker and I'm a Victim Advocate with Ft Huachuca.
Curtis Mattson
34:25
Dr. Curtis Mattson, Integrated Behavioral Healthcare Coordinator, Trauma Informed Care Steering Committee Chair, Local Level
Marja Sainio
34:29
Marja Sainio, Manager at the Office of Child Abuse Prevention at the CA Dept of Social Services
Laura Erickson
34:33
Laura Erickson, Social Science Analyst, HHS/ASPE, work (federal)
Clare Reidy
34:37
Clare Reidy, Director of Collaborative Partnerships, Health Federation of Philadelphia. I manage the Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) initiative.
Traci Kaufman
34:37
Traci Kaufman, Clinical Manager Venango County Human Services
LeAnn Keck
34:37
LeAnn Keck, Trauma Smart Director
Ellen Litkowski
34:38
Ellen Litkowski, SRCD Policy Fellow, Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation
Maya Coleman
34:38
Maya Coleman, Washington DC, Clinical Child Psychologist, Private Practice
Michael
34:42
Michael Collins
Christy McMillan
34:42
Christy Mcmillan, Army Domestic Violence Advocate Fort Rucker Alabama
Tara Linh Leaman
34:43
Tara Linh Leaman, JD; Program Director, Westchester County DSS; moving from being trauma-informed to healing centered engagement...
Alison Malinowski Sunday
34:45
Alison Malinowski Sunday Local Community Provider
Melinda Baldwin
34:45
Melinda Baldwin, Special Assistant, SAMHSA, National Strategy
Shara Wells
34:46
HI I am Shara Wells I am from HUD office of special needs and I am the trauma informed care subject matter expert
Ken Noyes
34:46
Ken Noyes, Associate Director, Military Family Readiness Policy, Family Advocacy Program, DoD.
Catherine Heath
34:47
Cahterine Heath, Federal Efforts, to work with older youth and trauma
Jessica Elviro
34:48
Jessica Elviro... I am a fiscal specialist from Children Services Council.
Juanita Perry
34:51
Juanita Perry from the Office opf Special Needs Assistance Programs within HUD. Working on how trauma impacts thos eexp[eriencing homelessness
Heather Penaflor
34:52
Heather Penaflor, Family Advocacy Program Educator-Army Community Service, IMCOM-Europe
Tami Walker
34:52
Tami Walker, Policy Analyst and Consultant
Khaila Montgomery
34:53
Khaila Montgomery, Data Analyst at ACF Office on Trafficking in Persons (federal)
Ashley Carbajal
34:54
Ashley Carbajal, MSA, Project Manager for Women's & Children's Health at Kaiser Permanente in Kern County, California
Paula Calby
34:54
Paula Calby, Special Advisor, NYC Department of Youth and Community Development
Kristen Watson
34:55
Hello. My name is Kristen Watson, LMSW. I am a domestic violence victim advocate at FT. Campbell.
Alysia Blandon
34:55
Alysia Blandon, ACF Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation.
Tory Henderson
34:57
Tory Henderson, Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response, State
LeAnn Keck
34:57
Susan Pinne, Director of Community Prevention Programs Crittenton Children's Center KC, MO
Grace Whitney
34:57
Grace Whitney PhD IMHE doing national TTA and policy work with young children experiencing homelessness
Jessica Elviro
34:58
Saint Lucie COunty
Shari Brown
34:58
Shari Brown- HHS/ACF/Children's Bureau -Regional Program Specialist. WE provide technical assistance to states, tribes and courts.
David Hottinger
35:04
David Hottinger, Director of Spiritual Care, Hennepin Healthcare Minneapolis, Co-Facilitator of Trauma Informed Care Systems Steering Committee
Stephanie Ames
35:04
Hi from CUMAC: Trauma-informed food provision in northern NJ
Rebecca Zornick
35:07
Rebecca Zornick HHS/ACF/OLAB
Colette Lamothe-Galette
35:07
Colette Lamothe-Galette, Senior Program Officer, The Nicholson Foundation, Philanthropy, Newark, NJ. Funding the development of NJ ACEs Action Plan
William Webb
35:12
Doing Nurtured Heart training and integrating trauma education.Also on NCTSN Affiliates Advisory Group.
pam oatis
35:15
Bon Secours Mercy Health Pediatrician and Hand in Hand Parenting Certified Instructor
Emily Ross
35:17
Emily Ross, SRCD Policy Fellow, Office of Planning, Research, and Evaluation (ACF/HHS - federal level)
Lisa DeGraff
35:18
Lisa DeGraff RN Director of Nursing from California
Lisa DeGraff
35:27
Community Health Centers
Adeline June
35:29
Adeline June, Zero Suicide Initiative Project Coordinator, Gallup Indian Medical Center
Michael
35:29
Michael Collins Family Advocacy Program
Jessica Johnson
35:34
Jessica Johnson, IHS Chemawa TIC
Andrea Aumaitre
35:36
Andrea Aumaitre - Director at Camden City School District organizer of District Trauma Response
Victoria Demydova
35:41
Victoria Demydova, LMSW, DV supportive services, Jewish community house of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn
Christy McMillan
35:55
Im sorry where did you say the slides are?
Karen Cairone
36:31
Hi Christy - they are above in this chat pod as a PDF file
Karen Cairone
37:00
Thank you Erin for posting again too! :)
Lisa Stewart Ft. Knox KY
37:05
Lisa Stewart, Ft. Knox, KY, Family Advocacy Program.
Ken Noyes
38:19
there are no slides at the top of the chat box
William Webb
38:46
any examples of relevant additions to ACES list, e.g. active shooter drills, social media impact etc.?
Karen Cairone
39:17
Ken we can email them to you id you are still having issues - they are posted as a PDF file at the top and also again later down the chat. Please message me if you aren't seeing them and we can email.
Christy McMillan
39:31
I still do not see the file above the chat box. Can we get the slides emailed to us?
Erin Morehouse
39:37
If you are just joining us, here are the slides!
deborahhowell
40:16
I am President of the Board of Isabel’s House Crisis Nursery of the Ozarks in Springfield, MO
Lauren Bledsoe
40:24
Will a recording be available later? (Apologies if this was already stated)
deborahhowell
41:26
Didn’t know
Andrea Aumaitre
41:41
I was not aware
Karen Cairone
41:46
Hello Lauren - the recording will be available within a short time after the session!
Lauren Bledsoe
41:52
Great, thank you.
Andrea Aumaitre
42:02
I definitely will do so; thank you
Kristen Watson
48:18
I can't see the poll
Alexis Polen
49:59
where is the def for trauma-informed approaches coming from?
Alexis Polen
50:12
Can we get an official written definition from ASPE to use in our work?
Kristen Watson
50:49
I can see the presentation but says I am viewing through screen sharing.
Jessica Johnson
52:06
hey Mandy!
Kristen Watson
53:13
thank you
Karen Cairone
53:20
Hello Alexis - the resources in the weblink on ASPE's site have these definitions, and also reference the sources, which we we used for this presentation as well.
Karen Cairone
54:52
Please enter questions for our presenters here - we will have some time at the end to address a few questions that came in during the registration process, but will have time for additional questions you pose in the moment.
Mary Blake
55:03
Mary Blake, Chair, Federal Partners Committee on Women and Trauma
Karen Cairone
01:03:38
William, we will address your question about ACEs in the third theme of the presentation when Jeff Hild presents. Thanks!
Joyce Sebian
01:09:59
I see Trauma informed schools as a part of a comprehensive school mental health system. Can you discuss how you see that intersection?
Karen Cairone
01:10:14
Please share similar work you are doing in this chat or use this space to ask questions. Thanks!
Karen Cairone
01:12:46
Great question Joyce. Our presenter from ASPE will address your question aloud in the Q and A at the end of this session.
Joyce Sebian
01:13:27
Thanks!
Marja Sainio
01:15:00
What exactly does "responsible citizenship" mean?
Joyce Sebian
01:20:35
I wanted to share this new resource that synthesizes the knowledge and guidance of over 75 experts nationally. They represent 3 Expert Panels that SAMHSA did over the past year plus.Ultimately, this resource is a foundational document in the field to help guide local, state, and national efforts to strengthen school mental health efforts and to start to understand and bring consensus to the quality domains of school mental health.
Karen Cairone
01:22:24
That's great Joyce! Are you able to upload the file in this chat pod or include a weblink?
Joyce Sebian
01:22:29
You can download at this link: http://www.schoolmentalhealth.org/Resources/Foundations-of-School-Mental-Health/Advancing-Comprehensive-School-Mental-Health-Systems--Guidance-from-the-Field/ Tennessee was a participant and Pam as well.
Karen Cairone
01:23:27
Thank you so much for sharing Joyce. Please, others, feel free to share your excellent resources in this chat pod as well.
Marlo Nash
01:25:06
This content is fantastic. Regrettably, I have to depart early. Can you let us know how we will have access to the PPT slides with notes (some presenters mentioned add’l content in notes section) and the recorded webinar. There’s so much here to share with others!
LeAnn Keck
01:25:19
Please visit traumasmart.org to learn more about how Trauma Smart can support your school or early education agency as you work towards becoming trauma informed.
Marja Sainio
01:26:20
the project "advancing california's trauma informed systems" is working with child welfare agencies to implement/sustain TIC practices: http://www.chadwickcenter.com/acts/about-acts/
Karen Cairone
01:28:33
Thanks for the excellent questions about some of the links Jenn referenced. She will be putting those in the chat pod in the next little bit so you can save them and dig in later!
Clare Reidy
01:32:23
For more information about Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC), visit https://marc.healthfederation.org/
Jennifer Drake-Croft
01:32:36
Hi all, here is a link to my notes for those who are interested. https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/JAvwvHJD5q3Y6ChkUWfA2krC
Jennifer Drake-Croft
01:33:01
Also, here is a link to the Building Strong Brains ACES Innovation Grants https://www.tn.gov/dcs/program-areas/child-health/aces.html
Karen Cairone
01:33:05
Thank you Clare and Jenn for the useful links! Keep your good resources coming!
Elizabeth Prewitt
01:35:10
You’re invited to join (it’s free) the nearly 40,000 members of ACEsConnection.com to learn about initiatives around the country related to ACEs and trauma and share what you are doing.
Karen Cairone
01:37:09
Thank you Elizabeth - I am sure some of our participants will take you up on the invite to join and share!
Elizabeth Prewitt
01:37:23
Hope so!
Karen Cairone
01:39:35
Please include comments/questions for presenters in this chat pod as we will have some time at the end to address a few questions.
Erin Morehouse
01:45:45
These are the slides for today's webinar
Jeff Hild
01:48:34
If folks have BCR questions- jeffhild@gwu.edu & danielchen@gwu.edu. Our tools and resources, etc are at go.gwu.edu/bcr
Karen Cairone
01:49:54
Thanks Jeff and Daniel for sharing your resources and contact info!
mandy davis
01:53:35
A video by people on what is Trauma Informed Care (filmed by marginalized youth). Can help with definitions. https://traumainformedoregon.org/trauma-informed-care-in-oregon-conference-keynote/
Gail Freeman Scallon
01:54:14
Discuss possible ways to make our school TI in the next couple of years- discuss with all counseling staff.
LeAnn Keck
01:54:26
Trauma Smart- Publish updated outcomes article this year.
Alison Malinowski Sunday
01:54:37
After this webinar I will be downloading your slides, sharing them with my management team and asking team members to identify at least one new initiative they will be taking on this coming year.
Joe Barnhart
01:54:39
Expand ACE survey data collection to include resilience survey,
Lauren Bledsoe
01:54:51
I will share this webinar with our Statewide Collaborative on Trauma Informed Care (Texas), as it aligns perfectly with our work! Thank you so much!
Elizabeth Prewitt
01:55:07
Will share the information contained in this webinar and the resources developed by ASPE with the membership of ACEsConnection.
Nancy Thomson
01:55:25
will join acesconnection.com to learn more about initiatives and what we can do as a child care resource and referral agency
Maya Coleman
01:55:40
I’m going to download the two reports that Pamala talked about, as well as the screening tool from TIO and the Pair of Aces Tree tool to incorporate these resources in the trauma-informed professional development training for early childhood educators that I conduct. I am also interested in finding out more about my local TA Center.
Colette Lamothe-Galette
01:55:46
I will share equity measurement process and examples with collaborative working on developing evaluation of trauma initiatives statewide.
Tory Henderson
01:56:55
Will share link to webinar recording with Washington State ACEs Action - ACEs Connection Community.
Elizabeth Prewitt
01:59:41
A federal TA Center on trauma is an interesting idea.
Grace Whitney
02:00:04
A number of years ago there were federal early childhood-child welfare grants that went to two communities that referred children in child welfare to 'trauma informed' early care centers that were designated as such by local QRIS system and had competed certain training. Intersting idea for sure.
Kayla Raker
02:00:37
Thank you for the wonderful information
Jessica Elviro
02:00:58
Thank you for all the resources and information shared today!
Elizabeth Prewitt
02:01:00
Thanks to Tory in Washington. Also see State ACEs Action on AC
Lauren Bledsoe
02:01:07
Thank you this was great
Terra Ingram
02:01:41
Thank you for the information!
deborahhowell
02:02:37
Great speakers. I would have liked to hear more examples of actual trauma-informed care and how it is manifested.