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Trauma-informed System of CareOn May 29, 2012, a Symposium was held at kidsLINK on Trauma-informed Systems of Care. The Key-note Speaker was Dr. Ann Jennings. Participants from various government and social service agencies were in attendance, as well as others in the community interested in the topic. To find out more about the symposium and to view our extensive Trauma-informed resources, please click on the infographic.
Crisis is an acute, emotional upset …. resulting in a TEMPORARY inability to cope.
Not all crises require a medical or psychiatric response.
Crisis situations must be handled immediately and the family also needs support during a crisis situation.
Fill your toolbox with information and skills so that you can be prepared should crisis arise. Reach out for help if it is needed and take the time to revitalize.
Although many of the listings here are regional, similar services do exist in other regions of the country. The key is knowing what is available and what to ask for!