Trauma Responsive Community Training

March 6, 2019
Trauma Responsive Community

Register Online: http://bit.ly/community-connect-trauma

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital’s New Community Connect Program Hosts it’s first Community Training Event!

Come join your professional colleagues for a day of professional development & strategic planning to address the problem of traumatic stress & how to build resiliency in our children, families & our local workforce! Registration Begins at 8am with sessions from 9:00am-4:00pm. Free Lunch Provided for participants.

We are honored to host a nationally-renowned trauma team from Western Michigan University and the University of Michigan.

Jim Henry, PhD, MSW (WMU CTAC Director and nationally-renown trauma and resiliency expert)

Mark A. Sloane, DO (WMU CTAC Medical Director and trauma consultant with extensive experience bringing primary healthcare into the development of trauma-responsive communities)

Frank Vandervort, JD (WMU CTAC Legal Consultant and Professor of Child Welfare Law at University of Michigan; Frank has long been a passionate trauma champion bringing trauma-responsive training and consultation to courts and law enforcement across Michigan and the US)

Amy Perricone, LMSW (WMU CTAC Clinical Trauma Interventionist; Amy has participated in the training of thousands of professionals in child welfare, mental health, education, healthcare, and the courts across Michigan and the US)

Corrie Reil Erickson, BA (Michigan Dept of Health & Human Services Trauma Coordinator; Corrie lives in Gogebic County and is currently coordinating a new State of MI MDHHS trauma screening initiative

Who Should Attend?
Social Workers, Law Enforcement, Early Childhood Educators, Public Health, Teachers, Child Welfare, Foster Parents, Courts, Behavioral Health professionals, Tribal Partners, Health Professionals, Community Agencies

View the Agenda & Register Online: http://bit.ly/community-connect-trauma

This event is free and made possible by generous grant funding from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.

For more information about Community Connect, please visit our website: https://scmh.org/community-connect/

We encourage community members to attend the Free Screening of the film Resilience the night prior at the Manistique High School Auditorium. Tickets are Free and the event includes a question and answer period with trauma experts Dr. Sloane and Jim Henry. Join us May 1st from 6-8pm.

Contact Julie hardy with questions regarding the Resilience movie screening or upcoming training event. Registration is required and seats are limited.

906-341-3200 Extension 3341
jhardy@scmh.org

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