TIC Initiatives

Below are the list of resources that highlight Trauma-Informed Care initiatives both locally and nationwide

Nationwide

  • A statewide introduction of trauma-informed care in a child welfare system

    This article discusses the initial stages of a trauma-informed training program for the Arkansas Division of Child and Family Services.

    Kramer, T. L., Sigel, B. A., Conners-Burrow, N. A., Savary, P. E., & Tempel, A. (2013). A statewide introduction of trauma-informed care in a child welfare system. Children and Youth Services Review, 35(1), 19-24.

  • Advancing Trauma-Informed
    https://www.chcs.org/resource/key-ingredients-trauma-informed-care

    Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc

    This fact sheet describes key ingredients necessary for establishing a trauma-informed approach at the organizational and clinical levels. It outlines examples from one of the six pilot sites participating in Advancing Trauma-Informed Care, a national initiative made possible by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

  • Building Capacity for Trauma-Informed Care in the Child Welfare System: Initial Results of a Statewide Implementation

    This article describes an evaluation of a statewide initiative in Connecticut and describes strategies used to create a trauma-informed child welfare system.
    Lang, J., Cambell, K., Shanley, P., et al., (2016). Building Capacity for Trauma-Informed Care in the Child Welfare System: Initiial Results of a Statewide Implementation. Child Maltreatment, 21 (2), 113-124.

  • IMPACT: Advancing Trauma-Informed Systems for Children
    https://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/2428793/chdi-report-on-trauma.pdf

    Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut Lang, Vanderploeg, & Cambell, 2015

    This IMPACT provides a framework for developing a comprehensive and integrated trauma-informed system of care for children. Examples are provided from Connecticut's child-serving systems implementing trauma-informed programs and services.

  • Implementation of a workforce initiative to build trauma-informed child welfare practice and services: Findings from the Massachusetts Child Trauma Project

    This article describes the development and implementation of a statewide TIC initiative and discusses key lessons learned.

    Fraser, JG, Griffin, J., Barto, B. et al., (2014). Implementation of a workforce initiative to build trauma-informed child welfare practice and services: Findings from the Massachusetts Child Trauma Project. Children and Youth Services Review, 44, 233-242.

  • Laying the Groundwork for Trauma-Informed Care
    https://www.chcs.org/resource/laying-groundwork-trauma-informed-care

    This 2018 brief includes practical recommendations for health care organizations interested in becoming trauma-informed. The information included draws from experience of pilot sites in Advancing Trauma-Informed Care (ATC), a national initiative.

    Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc

  • Lessons from the Front Lines: Insights into TIC for Medicaid's Complex Populations
    https://www.chcs.org/resource/lessons-front-lines-insights-trauma-informed-care-medicaids-complex-populations

    This webinar, sponsored by Kaiser Permanente Community Benefit, provides an introduction to trauma-informed care and explores innovative strategies being used by two organizations implementing trauma-informed approaches to care.

    Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc

  • Trauma-Informed Care in Action Profiles
    https://www.chcs.org/type/profile/?fwp_series_dropdown=trauma-informed-care-action

    This series of profiles explores practical approaches for addressing trauma across diverse patient settings. The profiled sites are participants in the Advancing Trauma-Informed Care (ATC) initiative.

    Center for Health Care Strategies, Inc

  • Trauma-Informed Care in Massachusetts Child Trauma Project

    This article discusses findings of a statewide TIC initiative in the child-welfare system and mental health network.

    Bartlett, JD., Barto, B., Griffin, JL et al., (2016). Trauma-Informed Care in Massachusetts Child Trauma Project. Child Maltreatment, 21 (2) 101-12. doi: 10.1177/1077559515615700

  • Trauma-Informed Screening, Assessment, and Treatment for Children and Youth in CW

    This webinar explores how the Administration of Children and Families is focusing on trauma- informed approaches and the grants made to-date. Presenters from Connecticut and Texas highlighted their state’s efforts to implement trauma-informed approaches to behavioral health care within their child welfare agencies, with a focus on design, implementation, and outcomes.

California