On Demand: Trauma and the Peer Perspective: Trauma and 988/Crisis Services Response (Part 2)

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About this Resource: 

The prevalence and impact of trauma is undeniable. Statistics show that as many as 90% of the people who enter the public behavioral health system have experienced trauma. The adverse childhood experiences study (ACE) demonstrates the correlation between early childhood adversity and negative health outcomes in adulthood, including heart disease, cancer, substance misuse and mental health challenges. Our series Trauma and the Peer Perspective will examine the myriad of way trauma is defined, and how trauma is often addressed within behavioral health systems. We will explore how systems can create trauma and/or retraumatize those seeking help and how trauma informed peer support and services can be a game changer.

Trauma and 988/Crisis Services Response (Part 2) Description: Everyone is familiar with 911, 411, and even 211, but what about the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline? Four years in the making, 988 is now a national reality. Trauma is very often the catalyst for crisis and providing trauma informed support is critical during times of crisis.

Learning objectives:

1. Learn what’s working well with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

2. Gain insight on what could be different with the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline

3. Understand the ways that the 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline responds to trauma

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