Focus: Trauma-Informed Care and its intersections with Black Lives Matter – Racial Justice Movement and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Date and Time: September 24, 9 am – 2 pm
LIVE interactive sessions on Zoom
Register by September 22nd. Zoom log-in information will be sent out prior to the convening. Space is limited. Thank you for considering others and not registering if you are not sure you can participate.
In keeping with our Community of Practice tradition of highlighting work in our host community, we are delighted to highlight the work of Clark County, Washington community organizations to promote trauma-informed care and ACEs prevention. Following the energy in our community, we are excited for the opportunity to learn from ACEs Prevention leaders, racial justice leaders, connect with organizations in Clark County, and gain new learning on topics in trauma-informed care.
Discussion will include:
- Community group discussions with SW Washington Organizations doing ACEs and Resilience work
- Privilege, historical trauma, and ACEs
- COVID and creating a workplace culture of wellness
- Racial justice & ACEs: question & answer session
This event will be co-hosted by Way Enough Decision Coaching and Kitsap Strong. We would be delighted to have you join us! If you have any questions about the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.281.4743.