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Campaign for Trauma Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) Recognized by APA!

Leslie Lieberman ·
Less then 5 years ago long-time trauma informed advocates, Sandra Bloom, MD and Andrea Blanch, PhD, brought together a small group of similarly-minded folks to talk about forming a new national organization focused on trauma informed policy and practice. Months later the Campaign for Trauma Informed Policy and Practice CTIPP was born. In May of 2019, CTIPP was selected by the American Psychiatric Association (APA) to receive its Distinguished Service Award for meritorious service to the...
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Possibilities to Fund Trauma-Informed Approaches and Initiatives in the American Rescue Plan Act

Jesse Maxwell Kohler ·
Of the $1.9 Trillion in the American Rescue Plan Act, there are several pots of money that can be leveraged for trauma-informed and resilience-focused initiatives. You can find such areas in the Act in this CTIPP analysis. What is needed now is advocacy at the state and local level to leverage these funds for trauma-informed supports. The National Trauma Campaign has advocates in all 50 states helping to mobilize around these pots of money to help bring about the trauma-informed society we...
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Re: Possibilities to Fund Trauma-Informed Approaches and Initiatives in the American Rescue Plan Act

Elizabeth Beaty-Smith ·
Thank you for sharing Jesse! I am thrilled to have you join us Thursday.
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Sonoma County ACEs Connection Monthly Meeting

Elizabeth Beaty-Smith ·
Join us for this monthly Sonoma County ACES Connection meeting, all are welcome. ALL voices are valued and appreciated. Thursday via Zoom from 3-4PM Agenda items: *Mindful Moment *PACES Presentation *Policy & Practice follow-up CTIPP (Campaign for Trauma informed policy & practice) *Resilience for all act endorsement *Holiday meeting *Focus for 2022 Join Zoom Meeting ID: 91864522660 Password: 557951
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November 17th CTIPP CAN Call and Campaign Office Hour Announcement

Jesse Kohler ·
We are thrilled to have two presentations about how health care systems can implement trauma-informed practices into their work to improve outcomes by addressing social determinants of health featured on next Wednesday's CTIPP CAN call, and are also looking forward to the Campaign Office Hour call that comes afterward! Links and more information are below (please be aware of time zones!): CTIPP CAN Call - Trauma-Informed Health Care - November 17th, 2-3:30pm ET/11am-12:30pm PT - Join Zoom...
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Dan Press traces how legal work for Native Americans led to advocacy to uproot trauma

Laurie Udesky ·
L-R Dr. Mary Cwik, Dr. Tami DeCoteau, Dan Press, Dr. Zach Kaminsky, photo courtesy of Elizabeth Prewitt In 1964, Dan Press was in his first year of law school and was not liking it; he wanted a way out. He applied for a volunteer spot with AmeriCorps VISTA, the domestic version of the Peace Corps, and was intrigued by a position on an Indian reservation. Dan Press “I knew nothing about Indians, but it sounded like a good opportunity,” says Press, who was raised in Flushing, in the Queens...
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