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A resource for professionals that describes the best practices of Child Forensic Interviewing. This bulletin developed by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention provides the purpose, historical context, stages of interviews, considerations and tips for forensic interviewers when working with children.
This resources is bill summary of the Family First Prevention Services Act produced byt First Focus Campaign for Children.
This fact sheet developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network addresses age-related reactions to traumatic events for the preschool, school-aged, and adolescent populations and highlights effective strategies to support children through the emotional and physical challenges they face after exposure to a traumatic event.
This resource focuses on addressing one facet of the opioid crisis in Canada.
To provide a broad view of the widespread and costly impact of the opioid epidemic, United Hospital Fund (UHF) convened a meeting on October 3-4, 2018, supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, with the collaboration of the Milbank Memorial Fund. The title of the meeting, “The Ripple Effect: Children and Kinship Caregivers Affected by the Opioid Epidemic,” was intended to convey the far-reaching scope of the problem. The goal of the meeting was to produce a high-level policy and programmatic agenda to address the effect of the opioid crisis on women, children, and families. This paper lays out that agenda.
This guide provides parents and caregivers with guidance from parents, foster families, grandparents, and other caregivers who have been through experiences of loss and grief and found ways to cope and manage that grief.
This bulletin discusses the second National Survey of Children’s Exposure to Violence (NatSCEV II), which was conducted in 2011 as a followup to the original NatSCEV I survey.
A guide developed by the National Institute of Drug Abuse to help parents talk with their kids about opioid misuse and how it can affect their health and well-being.
This guide was created to help parents and caregivers who believe their teenagers might be experiencing problems as a result of traumatic stress and substance abuse. In it, you will find information about the connections between trauma and drug abuse, tips on how to help your teen cope with trauma and stay drug free, and where to go if your teen needs more help.