Treatment and Services Adaptation Center: Resiliency, Hope, and Wellness in Schools

The Treatment and Services Adaptation Center promotes trauma-informed school systems that provide prevention and early intervention strategies to create supportive and nurturing school environments. This website has many resources to assist with all personnel dealing with homeless students and families. Visit the center at:

Addressing Hurricane Harvey with Children & Adolescents

Resources & Talking Points: Addressing Hurricane Harvey with Children & Adolescents The destruction and flooding brought by Hurricane Harvey is hard to fathom.  During crises such as this, it can be difficult for children and adolescents, and for parents who are unsure how to support them.  For this reason, Austin Child Guidance Center (ACGC) is… Read more »

Why We Need Trauma-Sensitive Schools

The Trauma and Learning Policy Initiative is excited to share a new video: Why We Need Trauma-Sensitive Schools. In this video teachers, administrators and support staff give a compelling picture of the need for trauma-sensitive schools. There are a growing number of schools throughout Massachusetts and the United States engaged in the work of creating… Read more »

Tips for Helping Students Recovering From Traumatic Events

The devastation accompanying the recent hurricanes along the Gulf Coast has underscored the crucial role of recovery planning in schools and communities affected by natural disasters. This brochure, which is based on discussions with some three dozen experts who work with students, provides practical information for parents and students who are coping with the aftermath of a natural disaster, as well as teachers, coaches, school administrators and others who are helping those affected. Although the focus is on natural disasters, these tips may apply to other traumas students may experience.