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National American Indian & Alaska Native Childhood Trauma Treatment and Service (TSA) Center, Category II

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Our Center’s goal is to:

Increase national infrastructure and the Native and non-Native workforce and AI/AN community members to effectively prevent, reduce, and treat trauma and increase wellness and resiliency among AI & AN children, adolescents, and their families. We prioritize the identification and dissemination of programs and approaches that seize the opportunities presented in early childhood and adolescence as an optimal time for prevention and intervention to mitigate trauma and promote resilience. We work to implement a multi-faceted approach to provide education and training and technical assistance, products, webinars, podcasts, asynchronous training, and micro-learning modules, TA listening sessions, peer-to-peer learning communities, storytelling strategies, tele-mental health programs, Workforce Institutes, Youth Leadership Academies, and more.

Questions? Please contact: 


Anne Helene Skinstad, PsyD, PhD

Elizabeth Saathoff, MPH

Program Coordinator, National Childhood Trauma TSA, Category II

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