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Increasing Cultural Competence to Reduce Behavioral Health Disparities

This collection of tools includes tip sheets and hands-on worksheets to help prevention practitioners better understand the important relationship between cultural competence and reducing disparities. Click here to access your toolkit!

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NIMH-Funded Study to Track the Effects of Trauma

By carefully tracking 5,000 people after they have experienced a traumatic event, a just-launched study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) aims to provide a finely detailed map of the array of factors that play a role … Continue reading

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New NCTSN Position Statement

Racial Injustice and Trauma: African Americans in the U.S. Trauma-informed practice and culturally responsive care are core values of the NCTSN. These compel us to acknowledge historical events, biases, and population demographics in understanding health disparities and disproportionality. We recognize … Continue reading

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