Developing Culturally Responsive, Trauma Informed Services & Responses Part One
Through story-telling, advocates and systems will link culture, trauma, and healing. Language, food, customs, identities, spiritual beliefs, and other cultural lived realities can impact an individual’s experience of violence and trauma. Victim service providers will hear how to incorporate trauma-informed practices in engagement, support, and advocacy.
Developing Culturally Responsive, Trauma Informed Services & Responses Part Two
There is a great need to incorporate trauma-informed practices in systems that are built to provide safety, healing, and justice for survivors and victims of crime. The second part of this webinar gives advocates a glimpse on how accessing services can be affected by the intersections of trauma, bias, violence, and other identities.