Improving Trauma-Informed Care With Cultural Competence and Humility

Jul 27, 2020

Cultural competence and humility when providing services are essential to increasing access and improving the standard of care for traumatized children, families, and communities. The National Traumatic Stress Network developed resources related to the intersection between culture and trauma, including topics such as:

  • Racial injustice and trauma
  • Cultural and linguistic competency in child trauma services
  • Historical trauma
  • Refugee and immigrant youth
  • Disparities in mental health care
  • Trauma and suicide among Native American youth
  • Trauma in LGBTQ youth

Visit The National Child Traumatic Stress Network to learn more.


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