Webinar: Trauma-Informed Care for Women Experiencing Homelessness and their Children

This webinar covers ways homeless services programs can use a trauma-informed care model to serve mothers and their children better and help break through the cycle of trauma and homelessness.

Trauma-Informed Care for Women Experiencing Homelessness and their Children from USICH on Vimeo.

 

Homelessness is a traumatic experience for young children who experience it. Many young mothers experiencing homelessness have also experienced trauma either in their own childhoods or more recently. USICH hosted a webinar on the ways homeless services programs can use a trauma-informed care model to serve mothers and their children better and help break through the cycle of trauma and homelessness.

Panelists:

USICH’s Executive Director Barbara Poppe
Director for SAMHSA’s National Center of Trauma Informed Care Joan Gillece
Research Assistant for Center for Social Policy at the University of Massachusetts Boston and Program Associate for Advocates for Human Potential with PATH, Julia Tripp.

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