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Re: ARC, Our Trauma Informed Care Model

Tanya Starker ·
Hi, Tanya: Thanks for posting this! Lincoln High School in Walla Walla, Wa, also used the ARC model in transforming itself to become a trauma-informed/resilience-building school. Do you educate clients about ACEs science? Cheers, Jane
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Re: ARC, Our Trauma Informed Care Model

Tanya Starker ·
Hi Jane, I hope I am posting this comment in the correct area. It's great to meet a fellow ARC interventionist! Regarding your question, I think we have some areas of improvement with regard to highlighting the ACES with our clients and staff. We have a trauma informed committee that hopes to have our own section/ page on our new agency intranet in the spring. We were just planning topic areas last week for this page, and one of those was specifically focused on the ACES. Warm regards, Tanya
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"Who's in Your Canoe?": Ho‘oikaika Partnership Draws on Hawaiian Values to Promote Protective Factors

Anndee Hochman ·
Title image: Jeny Bissell, Ho‘oikaika Partnership founder and Core Partner, gives a shaka at a Child Abuse Prevention Month mayor's proclamation and concert. A brochure from the Ho‘oikaika Partnership shows four people paddling a slender boat, their bodies silhouetted against an apricot-hued sky. The tagline: “When it comes to parenting, who’s in your canoe?” The image and the metaphor are intentional, says Karen Worthington, coordinator of the 60-member, cross-sector Ho‘oikaika Partnership...
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