2023 Building Community Resilience Conference
October 25, 2023 (Virtual Conference)
*Registration is open! Click here: 2023 Registration
For more information call 425-388-7254.
It is with great pleasure that we are able to share with you our 2023 Building Community Resilience Virtual Conference. The goal of the conference is to build skills and resiliency, connect with others, and continue to help our community flourish. We hope that you will join us for a full day of learning and relationship building.
Spring 2023 Cohort 5 Train the Trainer Training
Snohomish County Human Services Behavioral Health and Snohomish County Children’s Wellness Coalition are training, providing tools, and supporting organizations who want to become trauma informed. Our C.A.R.E. community movement, which stands for Compassion, Appreciation, Resilience & Empowerment, equips organizations to become trauma informed. What this means is that organizations commit to train their entire staff on trauma informed principles (safety, empowerment and choice, cultural, historical and gender issues, transparency and trustworthiness, collaboration and mutuality and peer support) and work towards sustainable policy and procedure changes and a culture that deepens relationships and embeds these principles.
For assistance, please call 425-388-7254.
Past Event Information and Presentations
Youth & Family Wellness Fair
- 2019 Report (PDF)
- 2018 Report (PDF)
- 2016 Event Synopsis (JPG)
- Watch our 2016 Children & Youth Mental Wellness Fair Video.
Previous Workshop Presentations
- Anxiety & Depression (PDF)
- Music Therapy (PDF)
- Suicide Awareness for Parents (PDF)
- Youth Mental Health LGBTIG (PDF)
View the partner agencies and resources provided at past Wellness Fair events on the Wellness Fair Resources webpage.
- Shawn Ginwright, Ph.D., professor at San Francisco State University
- Michael Ungar, Ph.D., author of Change Your World: The Science of Resilience and the True Path to Success
- Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, Center for Youth Wellness
- Joe Neigel, Monroe Community Coalition
- Christy Anana, School Counselor
- Continua Consulting Group
- Scriber Lake High School
- National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
- One Heart Wild
- David Lewis, Seattle Public Schools
- Trauma-Informed Practices and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (PDF) (presentation updated 2021)
Building Trauma Informed Practices in our Schools and Communities
November 2, 2016
- Dr. Robert Macy, International Trauma Center:
- Jim Sporleder, Sporleder Consulting:
- Video: Catch Kids Before They Fall or view the PowerPoint (PDF)
- Video: How to Implement Trauma Informed Practices in Schools or view the PowerPoint (PDF)