By Tressell Carter

There has been much recent focus in the health and human service field on the effects of trauma (see Women Who Experience Trauma Are At Higher Risk Of Developing Lupus, Children Who Witness Violence Are Three Times More Likely To Inject Drugs As Adults, and Making The Link - Trauma & High-Needs Consumers). And we have looked at the importance of trauma-informed approaches to care in the past: Making Trauma-Informed Care An Operational Reality Trauma-Informed Care In Action Feds Release Guidance On Integrating Trauma-Focused Care In Child Serving Settings Through Child Welfare, Mental Health & Medicaid Funding Traumatic Consequences But…
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