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Message ID: 10989
Date: 2021-09-29

Author:Jessica Bartlett

Subject:Webinar: Toolkits for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help young people heal and thrive during and after natural disasters

Dear colleagues, Child Trends has partnered with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network to develop 2 new toolkits for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help children and youth heal and thrive in the face of natural disasters. The toolkits will be publicly available in both English and Spanish. On the webinar this Thursday, September 30, at 12:00 pm ET (see below to register), we will present the research behind the toolkits, informed by youth and program voice, disaster policy, and the empirical literature. Participants will then be given a virtual “tour” of the toolkits’ free resources, information, and tools and receive a free link to the toolkits. Please feel free to share this opportunity your networks! Many thanks, Jess Please note that my last day with Child Trends will be October 7th. After that date, you can reach me at jess@wearethrivingtogether.org Jessica Dym Bartlett, MSW, PhD Early Childhood Research Scholar Massachusetts Office Director Co-Principal Investigator, National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement 64 Dearborn Street | Newton, MA 02465 (240) 223-9218 View this email in your browser Toolkits for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help young people heal and thrive during and after natural disasters This is a reminder to join Child Trends for a webinar this Thursday, September 30, at 12:00 pm ET to learn about two new toolkits developed for child welfare and juvenile justice staff and administrators. The toolkits—created by Child Trends in partnership with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation—provide evidence- and trauma-informed guidance for helping youth heal during and after natural disasters. Presenters: * Dr. Jessica Dym Bartlett, MSW, PhD is a research scholar in the early childhood research area at Child Trends who focuses on promoting children’s social and emotional well-being and mental health in the context of serious trauma and adversity. * Dr. Rebecca Vivrette, PhD is a research scientist in the early childhood research area at Child Trends whose work emphasizes partnering with families, providers, and communities to promote nurturing relationships between children and their caregivers—especially for families experiencing trauma and adversity. Register Child Trends is committed to building an equitable post-pandemic society and, to that end, produces research to inform public policies and expand awareness of how to promote and protect children's well-being. You can find our work on race equity here and our work on COVID-19 here . Improving the lives and prospects of children and youth through high-quality research. Copyright © 2021 Child Trends, All rights reserved.

Dear colleagues, Child Trends has partnered with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network to develop 2 new toolkits for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help children and youth heal and thrive in the face of natural disasters. The toolkits will be publicly available in both English and Spanish. On the webinar this Thursday, September 30, at 12:00 pm ET (see below to register), we will present the research behind the toolkits, informed by youth and program voice, disaster policy, and the empirical literature. Participants will then be given a virtual “tour” of the toolkits’ free resources, information, and tools and receive a free link to the toolkits. Please feel free to share this opportunity your networks! Many thanks, Jess Please note that my last day with Child Trends will be October 7th. After that date, you can reach me at jesswearethrivingtogether.org Jessica Dym Bartlett, MSW, PhD Early Childhood Research Scholar Massachusetts Office Director Co-Principal Investigator, National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement 64 Dearborn Street | Newton, MA 02465 (240) 223-9218 View this email in your browser Toolkits for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies to help young people heal and thrive during and after natural disasters This is a reminder to join Child Trends for a webinar this Thursday, September 30, at 12:00 pm ET to learn about two new toolkits developed for child welfare and juvenile justice staff and administrators. The toolkits—created by Child Trends in partnership with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network and with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation—provide evidence- and trauma-informed guidance for helping youth heal during and after natural disasters. Presenters: * Dr. Jessica Dym Bartlett, MSW, PhD is a research scholar in the early childhood research area at Child Trends who focuses on promoting children’s social and emotional well-being and mental health in the context of serious trauma and adversity. * Dr. Rebecca Vivrette, PhD is a research scientist in the early childhood research area at Child Trends whose work emphasizes partnering with families, providers, and communities to promote nurturing relationships between children and their caregivers—especially for families experiencing trauma and adversity. Register Child Trends is committed to building an equitable post-pandemic society and, to that end, produces research to inform public policies and expand awareness of how to promote and protect children's well-being. You can find our work on race equity here and our work on COVID-19 here . Improving the lives and prospects of children and youth through high-quality research. Copyright © 2021 Child Trends, All rights reserved.