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Re: 3rd Annual Philadelphia Trauma Training Conference

Helen W. Mallon ·
I didn't see registration info. I'd like to be notified so I don't forget this is upcoming! Thank you !
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Re: Call for Submissions: Third Annual Philadelphia Trauma Training Conference

Marone Brown ·
When will we be informed of registration for this conference.
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Re: Trauma Theory '101' Training with Sandra Bloom, MD

Nick Claxton ·
I realize the cover notice explains that it's Pacific Standard Time, but is it possible to re-iterate when you click on the link, that it's actually at 9 am over here? Nick Claxton, CQSW 215 685 5232 MCFH Program Director, Title V Services Philadelphia Department of Public Health Division of Maternal, Child & Family Health 1101 Market Street, 9th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19107 La lutte continue... "Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts" -...
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Re: Trauma Theory '101' Training with Sandra Bloom, MD

Nick Claxton ·
And for those on the east coast, it actually starts at 9 a.m.!
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Re: Trauma Theory '101' Training with Sandra Bloom, MD

Christine Cissy White ·
Is this event in person and online or in person only?
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Applications due Feb 19: FREE Community Health Worker/ Certified Peer Specialist Training for Young Adults

Casey Chanton ·
Do you know what it's like to be impacted by violence in your neighborhood? Do you want to use your experience to help others heal? Drexel University Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice is currently seeking young adult applicants for a 9-week Community Health Worker Peer (CHWP)/Certified Peer Specialist (CPS) Training Academy. This program, sponsored by Philadelphia Works, is designed to train Philadelphia residents age18-24 to become Community Health Workers / Certified Peer...
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New Toolkit Helps Communities Address Trauma to Shape Their Own Neighborhoods [nextcity.org]

Caitlin O'Brien ·
Seven years ago, trying to recover from the death of her daughter, Brenda Mosley was introduced to the concept of trauma-informed care. “I was in a state of grief, darkness and despair,” she says. Then she began a three-year, trauma-informed program offered by an organization in her neighborhood of Kensington, Philadelphia, the New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC). “It was 10 women and we were introduced to all the models of trauma-informed care,” Mosley recalls. “I was...
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