If you are the parent or caregiver of a child with intensive behavioral health needs, this is a weekend you won’t want to miss. Come spend time with other family members like you and have opportunities to share, laugh, learn, and be motivated. At the end of the weekend, you will leave with your cup overflowing!
Provided at no cost to participants by WA State Community Connectors.
Description: The Community of Practice events provide opportunities to connect and learn with other practitioners from across the state who are working to grow trauma-informed, resilient, and compassionate approaches in their communities and workplaces. We meet and practice so that all children thrive in safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. Guest speaker is Warren Seyler, Former Chairman of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
Please Note: This is not an introduction to ACEs or an ACEs training. If you are new to ACEs and trauma informed approaches, you are welcome to attend. You may want to contact Kara Seaman at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about the event.
Looking at Historical Trauma and Tribal Resilience through Tribal Eyes
– North Sound YFC family and youth members may also contact email@example.com
for assistance with travel costs including mileage/ground travel tickets, food, and lodging. Note:
request for travel assistance will be closed on October 25, 2019.
Hosted by the Washington State Essentials for Childhood, Washington State Department of Health, and the Spokane Regional Health District.
Where: The North Sound BHO.