Trauma-Informed

Trauma-informed¹ care within recovery support services is important.

KEY: 

  Justice-Involved Board Provider and Payor Board   Young Adult Board  

How do recovery support services address trauma and help individuals work through trauma?

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What is the best sequence of services (including recovery support services) for those with justice and trauma histories to produce positive changes?

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Does trauma-informed care benefit recovery support services aimed at emerging adults²? If so, what are the key ingredients of trauma-informed care? 

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Does trauma-informed care benefit recovery support services aimed at justice-involved populations? If so, what are the key ingredients of trauma-informed care?

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What are the support plans for peer support specialists to deal with triggering and trauma? For themselves and for their clients?

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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?

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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.