This learning exchange explores the “seven levers” that are key to ending the need for group placements in child welfare.
Connecticut has integrated trauma-informed practices throughout its child welfare system by way of an innovative approach called CONCEPT.
Explore our Questions from the field resources related to trauma-informed care.
This brief describes strategies for creating a trauma-informed agency across all levels, related tools, and promising results in states.
This infographic highlights a child’s experience of traumatic situations at different stages of growth and development.
Investigation, removal, and placement decisions and actions must consider the traumatic effects of those processes on the child.
This strategy brief describes ways to integrate trauma-informed practice into all decision points in the child protection process.
Youth in foster care have high rates of trauma exposure. A trauma-informed child protection system can mitigate trauma’s adverse effects.