Trauma-informed¹ care within recovery support services is important.
Justice-Involved Board Provider and Payor Board Young Adult Board
How do recovery support services address trauma and help individuals work through trauma?
What is the best sequence of services (including recovery support services) for those with justice and trauma histories to produce positive changes?
Does trauma-informed care benefit recovery support services aimed at emerging adults²? If so, what are the key ingredients of trauma-informed care?
Does trauma-informed care benefit recovery support services aimed at justice-involved populations? If so, what are the key ingredients of trauma-informed care?
What are the support plans for peer support specialists to deal with triggering and trauma? For themselves and for their clients?
What culturally relevant triggers for substance use (e.g., intergenerational trauma) exist for underserved communities and intersecting identities (e.g., Black & sexual or gendered difference)? How can recovery support services address these triggers?
¹ Trauma can result from a wide variety of traumatic experiences, including childhood abuse and neglect, involvement with the justice system, and significant physical injuries such as traumatic brain injuries
² Emerging adults refers to youth and young adults between the ages of 16 and 25.