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Homelessness is traumatic. It can involve the loss of home, community, stability, safety, and social networks. Trauma Informed Care is an evidence-based practice that teaches service providers and their organizations about the triggers and vulnerabilities of trauma survivors. Trauma Informed Care helps providers to provide care to trauma survivors more effectively, while avoiding re-traumatization.
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Selected Trauma Informed Care Resources
A Long Journey Home: A Guide for Creating Trauma-Informed Services for Mothers and Children Experiencing Homelessness
Creating a Trauma-informed Child Welfare System
Shelter from the Storm: Trauma-Informed Care in Homelessness Services Settings - Free Access
Shelter from the Storm: What We Know about Trauma-Informed Services
Trauma Informed Consequences for Homeless Youth
Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (TREM)
Trauma-Informed Care 101
Trauma-Informed or Trauma-Denied: Principles, Competencies, and Implementation of Trauma-Informed Services for Women
Trauma-Informed Organizational Toolkit for homeless services
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