This group works on both legislative and administrative policy changes that support the common goals of the initiative. Tasks might include identifying potential policy needs and solutions, analyzing policies to determine whether or not they advance a trauma-informed perspective for the well-being of children and families, providing technical assistance to policymakers and their staff on trauma-informed policy analysis, crafting tools for advocacy such as talking points or call scripts, crafting ideal policies, and determining how to evaluate the effectiveness of a policy.
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Earlier Event: May 14Child Maltreatment Research Summit: Novel Methods from a public Health Perspective
Later Event: July 26Communications Workgroup Meeting