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Promoting Prevention. Committed to Wellness.

Trauma Informed Oregon is a statewide collaborative aimed at preventing and ameliorating the impact of adverse experiences on children, adults and families. We work in partnership to promote and sustain trauma informed policies and practices across physical, mental, and behavioral health systems and to disseminate promising strategies to support wellness and resilience.
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What is Trauma Informed Oregon?

We are a collaboration of university, public and private partners, individuals with lived experience, youth and family members that are committed to creating and sustaining a trauma informed system of care in Oregon.

 

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Trauma Informed Oregon Happenings September 2016

September 26th, 2016|0 Comments

September 26, 2016 From Diane Yatchmenoff, Ph.D, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon FAQs for the Trauma Informed Oregon Standards of Practice As partners around the state adopt the Trauma Informed Oregon (TIO) Standards of Practice for [...]

Implementation, Training & Education Updates September 2016

September 24th, 2016|0 Comments

September 24, 2016 From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Co-Director, Trauma Informed Oregon What Do We Mean When We Say "Prevention"? We have focused this newsletter on prevention strategies and resources. As I started to think [...]

Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

September 24th, 2016|0 Comments

September 24, 2016 From Debby Jones, CPS, Wasco County Certified Prevention Specialist, YouthThink Director As a Certified Prevention Specialist for Wasco County, I am often asked at what age should a parent start talking to [...]

Around the State

Around Oregon, partners across many systems serving children and families are working within their own organizations and sometimes together to incorporate the principles of Trauma Informed Care into how they do business. Below are just a few examples of some of these efforts. For upcoming events visit the Resources page.