Welcome to Trauma Informed Oregon Talk, our e-newsletter! Learn about the latest happenings at Trauma Informed Oregon, community conversations we have heard, trauma informed activities across the state, and trauma informed tools and resources we have added to our website. Check out traumainformedoregon.org for details.
Trauma Informed Oregon News

Trauma Informed Oregon Happenings
Check out the latest blog post for updates on Trauma Informed Oregon activities this month including: All Over Oregon, Healthcare, Education and Information Updates.  Read More…

Join the Collaborative
Trauma Informed Oregon is working with the community and the state to assist in continuing the conversation on collaboration efforts and implementation of Trauma Informed Care across all systems. We welcome you to join this conversation by sending your ideas to info@traumainformedoregon.org.

Community Ideas
In the Schools
Hear about some trauma informed practices to address the mental heath needs of students in Oregon. John Wetten Elementary in Gladstone and Beaverton school district have taken steps to improve the mental health outcomes of their students. Read more…

A Trauma Informed Approach 
An important part of advancing trauma informed practices is getting them into professional education programs. Mandy Davis, Co-Director of Trauma Informed Oregon, writes about the experience of teaching a course this summer and shares Kate Blazer, a MSW student’s e-poster, about intervention techniques in the schools.  Read more…

Trauma Informed Action
Up and Coming Events
Trauma Informed Oregon will have multiple events in the Fall. Check the website for more information about future meetings and trainings such as September 10, 2015 in Portland; September 18, 2015 in Salem; and back in Seaside, October 5, 2015, for a community-wide conversation with Laura Porter from ACE Interface.  To register or learn more…
New Tools
Tools for Schools
Here are a few trauma informed tools for schools, administrators, teachers, students, parents and other organizations to make the school year successful. Check out the Trauma -Sensitive School Checklist from Lesley University, the Agency Environmental Components for Trauma Informed Care by Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority and the Multnomah County’s Defending Children’s Initiative website.

August 25, 2015

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