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Caregivers Buffer the Impact of Trauma for Children

By Becky Benishek | Posted on 05.21.2012 | 0 comments
 Caregivers Buffer the Impact of Trauma for Children
When children and youth are exposed to traumatic events, the effects don’t stop after childhood. Long-reaching effects can stretch past adolescence, with studies showing a relationship between childhood trauma and the development of chronic physical and mental problems well into adulthood.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and its “Caring for Every Child’s Mental Health” platform help address the needs of at-risk youth by creating an effective, dynamic network of community-based services and supports. These “systems of care” build meaningful relationships for children and families, helping kids function better not only at home and school, but in their communities and throughout their lives as well.

Connect with SAMHSA and learn more about the behavioral health impact of traumatic events on kids

Get tips for making sure your culture of care is trauma-informed.
 
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