Community practitioners continue to seek better ways to incorporate trauma-informed practices and policies in systems that are built to provide safety, healing, and justice.
This two-part webinar series will explore how a survivor’s ability to access services can be affected by the intersections of trauma, bias, violence, and other identities.
In this webinar, we will look closely at the impact of culture on an individual’s trauma and healing; how language, food, customs, status, spiritual beliefs, and other cultural lived realities can impact in an individual’s experience of violence and trauma.
Advocates and systems will learn how to link trauma-informed practices to engagement, support, and advocacy. We will also discuss ways to expand safety protocols when navigating systems.