Tag: Trauma-informed care

April 20 — Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to present ‘Trauma Informed Care’ webinar

| April 19, 2021
April 20 — Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council to present ‘Trauma Informed Care’ webinar

CPLC Parenting Arizona’s Tuba City Child Abuse Prevention Council will present a “Trauma Informed Care” zoom webinar at 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 20.

Learn how to engage in Trauma Informed Care with families, avoid retraumatization in practice, build resilience and more!

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Connection Spotlight — Students, families, community benefit with CCC&Y partnership with the Coconino County Education Service Agency (CCESA)

| March 2, 2021
Connection Spotlight — Students, families, community benefit with CCC&Y partnership with the Coconino County Education Service Agency (CCESA)

From providing professional development training to educators, to informing parents and education advocates about policy and legislative reforms, the political process, school improvement efforts, and local events around education — students, families and the community have benefited from the long term partnership between CCC&Y and the Coconino County Education Service Agency (CCESA).

The Coalition has provided a variety ongoing professional development in recent years including Trauma Informed Care training for educators at the Flagstaff Unified School District and other districts throughout Coconino County.

FUSD reported that more than 1,500 professionals were in attendance for virtual webinar presented in 2020 by CCC&Y.

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ACE Trauma Spring Workshop in March

| February 18, 2015
ACE Trauma Spring Workshop in March

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium is offering a free training to community members and professionals: “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” The only cost is that you bring someone (parent, neighbor, foster-parent, friend, co-worker, etc.). Dr. […]

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Healing Our Relatives Learning Community

| January 14, 2015
Healing Our Relatives Learning Community

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Tribal Training and Technical Assistance Center is hosting a webinar for the Healing Our Relatives Community. The topic is “Part 1: Trauma-Informed Approaches in Indian Country”. For more information on the webinar CLICK HERE. To registar for the webinar click HERE.  

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Trauma Recovery – Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

| October 27, 2014
Trauma Recovery – Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

| October 15, 2014
Tonier Cain’s Book “Healing Neen” Now Available for Sale – Proceeds Benefit CCC&Y and NACASA

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

| October 7, 2014
Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

| September 17, 2014
Tonier Cain – Nationally Recognized Speaker Comes to Flagstaff – October 14th

Tonier Cain is a nationally recognized SAMHSA speaker and advocate for recovery and trauma-informed care.  In March 2010, her story was launched in the form of a documentary titled, “Healing Neen” which details her transcendent story of emergence from drug addiction, multiple incarcerations and two decades of homelessness to become a tireless advocate and educator […]

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Community Resilience Cookbook – Communities Using ACEs Research – Arizona ACE Consortium Included

| September 17, 2014
Community Resilience Cookbook – Communities Using ACEs Research – Arizona ACE Consortium Included

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is exploring how to create resilience in individuals, families and communities. We know that traumatic childhood events like abuse and neglect can create dangerous levels of stress and derail healthy brain development. We also know that while adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are prevalent, they are not destiny. Well-conceived interventions can […]

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Kids Yoga Teacher Training – Growing Healthy, Happy, Resilient Kids – September 19, 20, 21

| September 8, 2014
Kids Yoga Teacher Training – Growing Healthy, Happy, Resilient Kids – September 19, 20, 21

Register by September 12th and receive $35 off your registration fees!  More details in THIS FLYER

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