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Framing the Issues: A Template for Systems Serving Traumatized Children. Nancy Kassam-Adams, PhD; CHoP Sheryl Kataoka, MD; UCLA/LAUSD Susan Ko, PhD; NCCTS-UCLA. Service Systems Core MISSION.

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framing the issues a template for systems serving traumatized children

Framing the Issues: A Template for Systems Serving Traumatized Children

Nancy Kassam-Adams, PhD; CHoP

Sheryl Kataoka, MD; UCLA/LAUSD

Susan Ko, PhD; NCCTS-UCLA

service systems core mission
Service Systems CoreMISSION
  • To promote the well-being of children and families by strengthening the ability of child-serving systems to identify and respond to traumatized children and their families by improving access to effective, developmentally-appropriate, and culturally competent, evidence-based interventions.
service systems core vision
Service Systems CoreVISION
  • Enhance awareness of child traumatic stress on the part of all child-serving systems
  • Expand access of children within various child-serving systems to effective, developmentally-appropriate, and culturally competent trauma assessment, intervention and treatment services;
  • Integrate a continuum of care for traumatized children and their families.
re cap of service systems committee meeting
Re-Cap of Service Systems Committee Meeting
  • August 25, 2003 in Falls Church, VA (CMHS)
  • Presented questions:
    • How do we expand access in a time of shrinking resources?
    • How do we define unserved & underserved populations of children?
    • How do we assess & measure unmet need?
    • What do we mean by the term“service system integration”?
    • How do we evaluate system change (e.g., functional outcomes vs. symptom reduction)?
  • Discussed definitions & indicators of access
  • Conclusions: different systems have different needs
re cap of service systems committee meeting5
Re-Cap of Service Systems Committee Meeting
  • Discussed definitions & indicators of access
    • Logistical issues
    • Provider indicators
    • Appropriate & available array of resources
    • Politics & policy
    • Individual & family factors
  • Conclusions
    • Different systems have different needs
    • Need to identify areas of overlap & gaps
template
Template
  • Purpose
    • Guide the work being done by the WGs/TFs, which addresses common important elements that support trauma-informed services across systems
  • Components (examples)
    • Trauma-informed practice
    • Identification & screening procedures
    • Education/training
    • Cost-benefit analysis
    • Identifying/creating links to other organizations
    • Policy recommendations
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