The World Health Organization's "WHO ACE International Questionnaire" has more questions than the CDC/Kaiser-P... 8/10 question ACE Screening Tool. A guidebook is also available, along with questionnaires-in over 100 languages.
An Epidemiologist I heard speak at [then Dartmouth, now] Geisel Medical School, in 2000, noted: "52% of Detroit Metropolitan Area Schoolchildren met the DSM-IV criteria for PTSD". More recently, similar numbers have been reported in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Atlanta.
I'm not certain what the "Disaster and/or Mass-Casualty Emergency Planners" might be using, but here in New Hampshire we now have: "Monadnock Thrives", which has its own website.
A [former] 'New Hampshirite' is now working in the Albany/Troy NY Capitol Region with SUNY [edu.] -Albany. I believe they worked with Troy Housing Authority on the PE/ACE project-for tenants of all ages.
The [nationwide] SPSCOT (State Personnel Systems Coalition on Trauma) may have some helpful info too--they recently "reorganized" and have updated their website/networking, but membership is still by "invitation", and I'd be happy to avail you an 'invite' if that would help.