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San Diego Trauma Informed Guide Team November 3, 2017 meeting minutes

We had a busy and full meeting this month! Leah's Pantry and the San Diego Food Bank gave an inspirational presentation on their trauma informed work, we learned more about ACEs Connection, and began taping for our MARC video! See below for minutes. Handouts and minutes are also attached. Introductions (Name and Organization) Trauma Informed Journey Presentation San Diego Food Bank (Shelly Parks) & Leah’s Pantry (Adrienne Markworth) Adrienne and Shelly provided an educational and...

From jail to treatment: Helping get the mentally ill on track (sandiegouniontribune.com)

In San Diego County, help for mentally ill offenders can come from several sources — including the county and the courts — but demand is high, resources are limited and people, especially those living on the street, can fall through the cracks. Last month, the county Board of Supervisors approved a three-year spending plan for new and existing programs, some of which focus specifically on people with serious mental illness who are also in the criminal justice system. The funding — nearly...

Encinitas Farm to School Program Provides Students with Lunch and Learning (livewellsd.org)

The Encinitas Union School District's Farm Lab and Nutrition Program have teamed up to bring healthier fare to its students. The District has been successfully operating its Farm to School program since 2013 and secured its organic certification in 2016, making it the first certified organic school district in the country to grow for its own lunch program! The Farm to School Program harvested 5000 pounds of produce and enough lettuce each week to supply all nine daily salad bars in the...

Discussions

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Jaime J. Romo, Ed.D.
Hi, all, I'm wondering if you know what I'm talking about re: a comparison between the general population with ACES and the health care professional population some years later (presumably the same cohort). In the slide below, I think the blue bar is the general population (under 18) in maybe 1990; the red bar is health care population maybe 20 years later. I want to use this slide or something clearer with educators in an intro to Trauma Informed Care to say that we have to invest in our...Read More...
San Diego Trauma Informed Guide Team Agenda for July 10, 2015 12:30pm-2:00pm Located at MHS Inc. 9465 Farnham St, SD, CA 92123 (Please park in the street) Mission Statement: To promote the development and provision of trauma-informed services in San Diego County’s agencies and systems through collaboration, advocacy and education to achieve transformation. I. Introductions II. Agency Overview and Trauma Informed Journey Presentation: Chadwick Center for Children and Families - Jennifer...Read More...

Resilience Building Movement

Dana Brown
Your discernment on our Resilience Building Movement is appreciated.  Please share your thoughts on existing Best Practices your organization has or is utilizing that can support our county-wide socio-ecological model.   Please post your...Read More...
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