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Resources for The Transformative In-Prison Workgroup and the Fight for Healing in Prison

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03/2020
Meet the Californians bringing healing and transformative programs to state prisons, and hear how a growing statewide campaign is calling for 1% of the corrections budget to be reinvested in community-run prison programs. Community Based Organizations (CBOs) put the “rehabilitation” in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation by creating spaces for people to break down racial barriers, acknowledge trauma (including the state-inflicted trauma of imprisonment), and cultivate restorative and healing environments. However, the state prison budget allocates less than half of one...
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insights, Volume XVII Part 2 | Trauma and Child Welfare: Strategies for Preventing and Intervening to Promote Healing

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02/2020
This issue of insights explores California's progress on its implementation of trauma screening in pediatric settings for eligible children, youth, and adults. For child welfare professionals and advocates, trauma screening may hold the promise of identifying trauma to intervene, and potentially prevent a child and family's trajectory into foster care and other child-serving systems.
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Resources from Addressing Trauma in Pediatric Primary Care

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11/2019
Genentech Charitable Giving and the Center for Care Innovations partnered to implement the Resilient Beginnings Collaborative, a learning collaborative to support seven safety net clinics in transforming their care environments to screen for and address trauma. Through a panel and group discussion, program attendees had the opportunity to learn about practical insights from their implementation, including workflow, follow-up services, and reimbursement as well as explored larger questions such as how screening fits into the larger goals of addressing trauma and the role of organizational...
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Resources from Standing Together: Coalition Building to Stop Jail Expansion

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07/2019
Throughout the state of California, organizers and communities impacted by incarceration are demanding an end to jail expansion. On this webinar we heard about the lessons learned from JusticeLA’s victory and what is required to create successful and effective coalitions to end mass incarceration. We heard from organizers from Los Angeles and the Bay Area about the current status of the fights to end jail expansion throughout the state and the role of funders in advancing these campaigns.
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Resources from Measuring Success in Addressing Childhood Adversity

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10/2018
On September 25th, the Funder Network on Trauma & Resilience hosted a forum to discuss successes and challenges in measuring the effectiveness of different approaches to addressing trauma and building resilience, across a variety of practice settings. Through panel and group discussion, attendees had a chance to reflect on a common question in this space: how do we define success in addressing childhood adversity, and what might success look like?
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Update on the California Children’s Trust

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08/2018
At the first meeting of the Funder Network on Trauma and Resilience on March 14, 2018, Alex Briscoe presented a fledgling model for reimagining California’s behavioral health system for children. Since then, the California Children’s Trust (the Trust) was formed as a fiscally sponsored project of New Venture Fund with initial funding from the Zellerbach Family Foundation, Genentech, McKenzie Foundation and Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission. The Trust is intended as a three-year initiative to build a broad-based coalition that advances a fundamentally different...
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Resources from Trauma-Informed Philanthropy: From Knowledge to Action

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07/2018
Though there have been significant scientific advances to help us better understand how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma are contributing factors towards negative health outcomes later in life, there remains little guidance on how to address these issues within the context of cross-sector philanthropic settings. On July 16th, the Funder Network on Trauma & Resilience hosted a webinar that showcased Trauma-Informed Philanthropy, a two volume guide from the United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey, the Thomas Scattergood Behavioral Health Foundation, and...
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Resources from Funder Network on Trauma and Resilience: Kick-off Meeting

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04/2018
At the first meeting on March 14, 2018, Alex Briscoe, a consultant to the Zellerbach Family Foundation, presented a model developed in collaboration with experts in pediatrics, mental health, education, and youth development to frame and understand the complex and often fragmented safety net for children in California.
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Trauma Transformed Presents: Part 2: Measuring Change, Transforming Systems

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04/2018
Check out this report developed by Trauma Transformed: Part 2: Measuring Change, Transforming Systems, Philanthropy at the Crossroads of Race and Trauma: Funding, Collaborating and Measuring Towards Reparations and Healing.

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