Advocacy Tips, December 2017

A Guide to Trauma-Informed Advocacy
Organize First, Educate secod, Advocate Third

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In recent years there has been an explosion in the number and diversity of trauma informed and resilience-building programs across the country. The current science of trauma and resilience is strong enough to warrant the widespread development of public policies and programs designed to reduce exposure to potentially traumatic events, provide support to at-risk individuals and groups, and make trauma-specific interventions available for those who have been affected. 

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