Trauma-Informed Primary Care Initiative
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Recent research has shown that childhood trauma not only leads to emotional difficulties later in life, but produces serious health consequences as well. This groundbreaking research reassesses the root causes of health disparities and provides greater insight into the relationship between poverty, child development and health outcomes. In coordination with the Washington State University Area Health Education Center, NWRPCA has begun to engage various local, state and national experts in the fields of complex trauma, toxic stress, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in order to explore opportunities for developing and integrating effective trauma-informed practices into the primary care setting.
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