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Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention Hosts Handle With Care Training to Support Children After Trauma: 300 Attendees Begin Statewide Program Expansion
ANNAPOLIS, MD – More than 300 law enforcement personnel, school administrators, staff, and mental health practitioners from across the state gathered yesterday for Handle with Care training, funded by the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention. This initiative seeks to mitigate adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by providing trauma-informed services inside Maryland schools that help prevent future victimization and/or delinquency. Already underway in Washington County, Handle...
Handle With Care Program Expands Throughout Maryland
Additional Counties to Join, New Website Provides Resources for Trauma-Informed Support for Maryland Children ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Governor’s Office of Crime Control and Prevention (GOCCP) today announced the expansion of Handle With Care Maryland, a program designed to help children who are exposed to violence through seamless and careful communication and collaboration between law enforcement and schools. Under the model, if a student has witnessed or had a traumatic experience the night...
Harford County Public Schools to Pilot Handle With Care Program at Joppatowne Area Schools
Harford County Public Schools (HCPS) , the Harford County Sheriff’s Office , and the Harford County Child Advocacy Center have collaborated to launch a Handle With Care pilot program in the Jopppatowne area for the 2018-19 school year. The Handle With Care program promotes a school-community partnership aimed at ensuring that children who are exposed to trauma in their home or community receive appropriate interventions to help them heal and thrive to the best of their ability, despite the...
It's Time for Paid Family Leave
We all need time to care — for new babies, for aging parents, for loved ones with health needs or disabilities, or for helping ourselves. Help make Time to Care a Reality in Maryland. Sign up for coalition updates and get information about making a Maryland where every family has the time to care.
Paid Family Leave Event
Please join us in Annapolis for lunch, a movie, and a hearing. We invite you to join the Time to Care Coalition for lunch and a screening of an excerpt from the award-winning film Zero Weeks.
Thriving Communities Collaborative Trauma Informed Care Presentation
Thriving Communities Collaborative will have a presentation on Friday March 23, 9:30 AM-11:30 AM. Please come network and learn prevention strategies for trauma that includes using parents as a source of protection. The presentation will be provided by Sarah Gardner from the Family-Informed Trauma Treatment Center. Facebook: https://facebook.com/events/s/trauma-informed-care-families-/2249832185322952/?ti=icl Eventbrite: Http://tccmarch20.eventbrite.com
Join us in Hagerstown, MD, for the next training in our series focused on trauma informed strategies for the community! Unconditional Care features three dynamic speakers focused on how addressing issues of self- care and self-awareness lead to the outcomes we all are striving for children, families and neighborhoods. Group rates are available for organizations registering ten or more attendees, contact Kerry Fair at 240-513-6370 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange. Our last several trainings...
Re: Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention Hosts Handle With Care Training to Support Children After Trauma: 300 Attendees Begin Statewide Program Expansion
Thanks for sharing, Veto! I know there is a lot of excitement about Handle with Care program and lots of pride that Maryland is taking action to build more compassion towards children.
Re: Paid Family Leave Event
Paid Family Leave is a key policy response to the NEAR (neurobiology, epigenetics, ACEs, and resilience) Science, as the time it provides for parent-child bonding helps to ensure the healthy development of babies and families. These parent-child relationships nurture early brain connections that form the foundation for all learning and relationships that follow. According to research by Joanne Klevens, et. al., state paid family leave policies have also been shown to reduce ACEs (child...
Re: Harford County Public Schools to Pilot Handle With Care Program at Joppatowne Area Schools
There is great work also being done at the state level by Governor Larry Hogan and the Governor’s Office of Crime Control & Prevention (GOCCP) to bolster local efforts and expand Handle With Care to all of Maryland. Please check out their press release and the accompanying blog post here on Maryland ACEs Action.