Saturday, May 12, 2012

Today's must-read: Connecticut Paves New Path In Treating Traumatized Children

Connecticut is changing the way it treats kids in the child-welfare system: "the state Department of Children and Families, working with experts in childhood trauma, is using a multi-million dollar federal grant to increase from 16 to about 26 the number of outpatient community clinics that practice trauma-focused therapy, and to put it in play at DCF's most difficult facilities, the former Riverview Children's Hospital, reorganized as the Albert J. Solnit Psychiatric Center, and the Connecticut Juvenile Training School."

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Traumatized Children Treated For PTSD -

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