BUILDING AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO TRAUMA-INFORMED SERVICES WITHIN APS: CONSIDERING THE NEEDS OF SURVIVORS OF IPV WHO EXPERIENCE MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE USE CHALLENGES
This is a recording from the May 13, 2021 session (Upstate region).According to the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA), it is estimated that 1 in 8 individuals in the U.S. aged 35-64 and 1 in 3 adults aged 65 or older have a disability. In South Carolina, the prevalence rate of people with a disability age 65 to 74 was 26.7%. Data also indicates that 30% of adults with disabilities ...
Community Building Conference 2020: Session: Building Resilience and Self-Care as a Means to Provide Community Care - Jasmin Brandow – Humankind Workshops
Jasmine Brandow from Humankind Works provided a session on Building Resilience and Self-Care as a Means to Provide Community Care as a session during the Community Building Conference: Working at the Intersections of Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health and Substance Use
Click on the resource to download a tool for screening, assessment, and brief counseling in primary care and behavioral health settings. This resource was provided by the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma & Mental Health.
Click on the resource to go to a Google Drive folder with various tools and resources for working with survivors who have intersecting domestic violence, mental health, trauma, and substance use disorders. These resources are provided by the National Center on Domestic Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health and include infographics, partnership guides, and other tools.
Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape compiled this resource to give findings from their project to measure success using telecounseling with survivors.