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Title Employment Strategies: Trauma-Informed Care Resources Roundup
Summary Trauma-informed care is based on the understanding that traumatic experiences can negatively impact individuals’ development and physical, mental, and social behaviors. People who have experienced repeated, chronic, or multiple traumas are more likely to experience substance abuse, mental illness, and health problems. Using a trauma-informed approach when working with people who have experienced trauma can make the difference in developing positive relationships and supporting them to reach their work and life goals. This information is essential to getting and keeping a job. This resource roundup includes featured training, examples of strategy use in targeted communities, best practices/research, and selected research and resources.

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