Trauma Informed Approaches and Resources
Educate individuals about staying safe during a pandemic.
Resource guides for child-serving professionals.
Resource guides for child-serving parents/caregivers.
Stress management tips for parents and caregivers
Guide for reporting suspected abuse during pandemic
Parental resource guide to ensure children and young people’s social, emotional and mental well-being
CPAC approved workshops on grooming, recognizing and reporting, and protecting children
E-books to help parents and educators protect children from online predators
Variety of parent guides to download on all topics to protect children
Summarizes information in the mandatory reporting training and includes helpful frequently asked questions.English version.
Summarizes information in the mandatory reporting training and includes helpful frequently asked questions.Spanish version.
Discusses the reporting requirements under Title 16 and Title 14 and differentiates between physical violence and sexual contact/violence.
Outlines the responsibilities for each agency for child abuse reporting and detection and children/youth in foster care.
Describes behavioral health and other resources for children and families
Describes self-care resources for parents
Running list of resources, helpful articles to help educators respond to traumatic events and support students
love is respect is the national resource to disrupt and prevent unhealthy relationships and intimate partner violence by empowering young people through inclusive and equitable education, support, and resources.
Podcast from OCA that focuses on child welfare, permanency, and more
Trauma-informed education and training for school leaders and teachers
The Guide is designed to help services providers and organizations, in every community, to strengthen families and prevent child abuse and neglect. The Resource Guide focuses on protective factors that build on family strengths to foster healthy child and youth development.