New Jersey Trauma Informed Care Project

Project Overview

PROJECT MISSION
To ensure that NJDOH DHSTS funded agencies have the capacity to integrate trauma informed care into their structure, culture, and services.

PROJECT VISION
To assure that all programs are trauma aware and recognize the dynamics and impact of trauma in the lives of individuals, families, and communities; that all programs strive to create a trauma sensitive culture by demonstrating through consumer empowerment, program design, and direct care, an understanding of the relationship between trauma and health outcomes.

PROJECT GOALS
Provide capacity building and technical assistance to NJ HIV care and support agencies towards:
1. Implementation of a trauma friendly environment that addresses primary and vicarious trauma
2. Integration of trauma screening and education for all clients
3. Development of trauma related referrals into existing system
4. Acquisition of knowledge and skills to provide psycho-educational services to help clients achieve positive health outcomes

Take 5 Webinar Series

4/6/20 - Taking a Look in Your Toolbox


4/16/20 - De-Escalation Strategies


4/23/20 - Using Helpful Self Talk


04/30/20 - Building Skills to Lead Grounding Exercises


05/05/20 - Grounding 201 TA Session


05/07/20 - How to Talk to Clients About Substance Use


05/14/20 - How to Talk to Clients About Social Isolation


05/21/20 - Client Centered Remote Work


06/04/20 - Talking to Clients About Grief and Loss


06/11/20 - Working with Trauma During Complex Times


06/18/20 - Take 5 In Action


07/09/20 - Take 5s In Action


07/16/20 - Talking to Clients About COVID-19


07/23/20 - Take 5 In Action


07/30/20 - Safer Sex During COVID-19


08/06/20 - Take 5 In Action - Talking About Safer Sex During COVID-19


08/20/20 - The Helper Relationship


09/10/20 - The Trauma Informed Lens


 

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