Implementing a Trauma-Informed Care Framework

Developing a trauma-informed care framework is a complex process that requires a lot of changes in the organizations and systems providing care. In a previous post, we’ve outlined some of the proposed principles on which every organization and system should base their care. However, the implementation of these programs remains...

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How to Develop a Framework for Trauma-Informed Care

Trauma and the way we approach it systematically still leaves a lot to be desired in 2019. It’s a widespread issue with many different possible causes, affecting people regardless of their age, background, gender, or race and ethnicity. Since it is both a pervasive and complex issue, it requires careful...

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2019 Recovery Month: Celebrating More of Our Partners in Recovery

September is National Recovery Month, and we’re thrilled to highlight and celebrate the work of four of our partners this month. We’ll close this series with Portland Recovery Community Center and CADA. You can read the first post here, and check out Facebook and Twitter for more. Jordan came to Portland...

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2019 Recovery Month: Celebrating Our Partners in Recovery

September is National Recovery Month, and we’re thrilled to highlight and celebrate the work of four of our partners this month. First up, Communicare and Metro Inclusive Health. Watch this space as well as our Facebook and Twitter for more.   Communicare has many amazing success stories, but a favorite...

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Stressed Out School Days

When you think of the phrase “back-to-school,” what’s the first word that comes to mind? Would you be surprised to know that for many that word is “stress?” Tracy Humphrey, Provisionally Certified Mental Health Therapist (PCMHT) and Provisional Licensed Professional Counselor (P-LPC) and NFusion Project Director of NFusion IV Desoto County...

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What Are the Core Values of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care?

Every program rests on certain core values, and the situation’s no different for the development of recovery-oriented systems of care. In the previous post, we’ve covered the basics of these systems. However, for communities and organizations to collaborate effectively on creating and implementing ROSC, it’s beneficial to delve a bit...

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The Basics of Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, costs of substance abuse reach more than $740 billion every year, counting the costs related to health care, crime, and loss of productivity. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health states that in 2017, there were 19.7 million Americans aged 12...

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How to Develop a Viable Succession Plan for Your Organization

Whenever a nonprofit loses a vital member of the team, such as an executive or a board member, it can be tough for the organization to balance existing operations while navigating the new transition. All parts of the organization, from day-to-day operations, programming, planning and fundraising needs to continue full...

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