SSWR held their 2013 annual conference January 16-20th. This conference focused on the contributing factors to severe mental health conditions in foster youth, such as the outcomes of youth being separated from parents and youth at risk for developing severe mental health conditions in adulthood. To learn more, click here.
The people who are doing most of the pioneering work to integrate trauma-informed, resilience-building practices based on ACEs research (writ large) are doing so in cities and counties across the U.S. Now that more state […]
Since August, America’s shores have been pummeled by Hurricanes Maria, Irma and Harvey. Each has displaced thousands and wreaked havoc on some of the country’s largest metropolitan areas. Among those impacted are some of the […]
Every other week, The Chronicle of Social Change features one key indicator from Kidsdata.org, which offers comprehensive data about the health and well-being of children across California. For children and youth in foster care, placement […]