TIC Resources for COVID-19

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As the COVID-19 crisis evolves and we move into new phases (reopening and re-engaging), we want to support your efforts. We’ve developed a list of recommendations and resources based on the principles of trauma informed care during these challenging times.

TIC Resources for COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is affecting our lives and communities in many different ways. We’ve developed a list of recommendations and resources based on the principles of trauma informed care to help you during this uncertain time.

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Resources for Implementing Trauma Informed Care

Find the resources you need as you implement trauma informed care. Browse state, local, and national resources on trauma informed care including materials and databases for health and behavioral health care providers. We've also included resources for community partners, family and youth organizations, and individuals and families.
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Explore what TIO has to offer as you work to implement trauma informed care in your community.

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Valuing of Relationships is Key to Collaboration & Mutuality

March 4th, 2021|

March 3, 2021 From Mandy Davis, LCSW, PhD, Director, Trauma Informed Oregon This newsletter is focused on the trauma informed principle: Collaboration and Mutuality. As defined by SAMHSA this principle states: “There is recognition that healing happens in relationships and in the [...]

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Antidotes to Consider During a TIC Training

March 4th, 2021|

March 3, 2021 From Ana Hristić, MA, LCSW, Director of Education & Workforce Strategies, Trauma Informed Oregon As I seek to answer the question: What is the principle of Collaboration and Mutuality an antidote to, in the context of training for TIC? four [...]

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Importance of Affinity Spaces

March 4th, 2021|

March 4, 2021 From Isha-Charlie McNeely, Director of Outreach, Inclusion, and Community Engagement, Trauma Informed Oregon When I think of collaboration and mutuality in 2021 and what’s needed for the continued dismantling of oppression, an important step of this principle that often times [...]

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In What Space Do All of Our Voices Ring?

February 23rd, 2021|

February 23, 2021 From Des Spicer-Orak (she/they), BSW Student, Author, Trauma Informed Oregon Intern As an organizer working primarily within my own community, I often stumble upon the question, in what space do all of our voices ring? In what space do we [...]

This video was presented at the keynote for the 2019 Trauma Informed Care in Oregon Conference. It is a compilation of people from around Oregon answering questions about what trauma informed care means to them. We hope this will inspire you to further the work of trauma informed care around the state and beyond!

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