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OVC and Center for Court Innovation staff discuss graphic novels focused on young human trafficking survivors’ experiences in this training video.
Pre-recording training webinar in which participants learn how to develop a Coordinated Community Response.
PACED (Pain and Addiction Care in the ED) aims to recognize evidence-based practices in emergency department pain/addiction care and provide facilities with a standardized approach for the treatment of both populations.
Addressing the Stigma Around Substance Use Disorders” aims to help educate judges and court staff on the latest research on the intersection between addiction and criminal justice stigma. Participants will learn about the different types of stigma, the social construct of stigma at structural and individual levels, and innovations to respond to sigma in health and justice settings. This training is approximately 30 minutes in length. A certificate of completion is provided.
Self-paced training to learn about the Tribal Justice System Planning Process (TJSPP) principles.
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network: Adolescent Trauma and Substance Abuse Online provides training materials for mental health clinicians and substance abuse treatment professionals on co-occurring disorders.
The Indian Country Child Trauma Center (ICCTC) was established to develop trauma-related treatment protocols, outreach materials, and service delivery guidelines specifically designed for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families. It is housed at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect. The ICCTC has been awarded the Project Making Medicine grant from the Children's Bureau to provide training to clinicians in Indian Country in the Honoring Children, Mending the Circle curriculum, which is the cultural enhancement of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. ICCTC is also the grantee for the OJJDP Tribal Youth Training and Technical Assistance program.
"Stigma & Empathy: Exploring Our Response to Substance Use Disorder" training video for professionals and laypersons demonstrates how stigma affects people with substance use disorders. This engaging and well-illustrated 14:19 minute YouTube video also highlights how stigma affects children and families of those with SUD. Ways to replace stigma with empathy are shared as a way to help people access resources to heal and achieve wellness. The video and companion guide explain the serious consequences of stigma on communities.
The Texas Network of Youth Services (TNOYS) mission is to strengthen services and support for Texas youth and families to help them overcome challenges and achieve healthy development. TNOYS uses a unique comprehensive systems change approach to focus in on key value areas that research indicates are key to achieving the vision for a healthy future for Texas. Key value areas include Equity and Inclusion, Youth Voice and Youth/Adult Partnership, Research and performance-Driven Policy and Practice, Cross-Systems Collaboration. Many of TNOYS Youth Engagement tools can be accessed for free. Tools include templates to engage in advocacy locally and state-wide, training tools for workforce, webinars and TA to support youth engagement and adult partnership, a publication library, an Emergency Response Resource Center, Youth Homelessness Resource Tools and 2020 Census resources. A membership to support more advanced training can be accessed through an individual or organizational membership. Individual membership fee is $50 year. The Organizational Membership cost is based on the organization's annual budget. Organizational member benefits include Advocacy and Mobilization, Programs and Services, Discounts, and Connections.
White Bison is the facilitator of the the sustainable grassroots Wellbriety Movement providing culturally based healing for the next seven generations of people. The mission of White Bison is to "disseminate culturally based principles, values and teachings to support healthy community development, servant leadership, and to support healing from alcohol, substance abuse, co-occurring disorders and intergenerational trauma." Training curriculum for children and families include, Wellbriety Celebrating Families, Mothers of Tradition and Fathers of Tradition. These training tools help develop the skills and knowledge to live a healthy life as a traditional, spiritual Native American/Alaska Native woman, fathers and families.