Trauma Informed Care for Mothers & Families Experiencing Homelessness Webinar 5/9/12

Trauma Informed Care for Mothers and Families Experiencing Homelessness


Wednesday, May 9, 2012 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

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Homelessness is a traumatic experience for young children who experience it. Many young mothers experiencing homelessness have also experienced trauma either in their own childhoods or more recently. Mothers’ Day is a time for us to celebrate mothers and their role raising children. Join USICH for a discussion of ways homeless services programs can use a trauma informed care model to serve mothers and their children better and help break through the cycle of trauma and homelessness.

Panelists will include USICH’s Executive Director Barbara Poppe and the Director of SAMHSA’s National Center for Trauma Informed Care Joan Gillece

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2 thoughts on “Trauma Informed Care for Mothers & Families Experiencing Homelessness Webinar 5/9/12

  1. Hi, I am moving from Lexington to Bedford and need to know where to go for help with moving 2 pieces of heavy furniture. I have almost everything all done except for those two things. Joanne Stephen

    • Joanne, feel free to phone our HCEC at ((78) 459-0551 and speak with one of our housing counselors about resources that may be available.

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