CARRE frequently releases opportunities such as webinars and Expressions of Interest (EOI) to support agencies in accessing culturally responsive, trauma-informed and evidence-based interventions, services, information and collaborative networks to better respond to traumatic stress of forcibly displaced families, and elevate community perspectives.
This includes, but is not limited, to the following potential opportunities:
- Joining CARRE’s Community Advisory Board
- Pilot mental health and psychosocial support interventions
(Funding Opportunity) Parent Child CARE (PC-CARE) Pilot: A Brief Intervention for Forcibly Displaced Caregivers and Children
The Center for Adjustment, Resilience, and Recovery (CARRE) and the University of California Davis (UCDavis) are pleased to announce a request for expressions of interest for the “Parent Child CARE (PC-CARE) Pilot Project: A Brief Intervention for Caregivers and Children Together.” This is a pilot that supports the development of quality mental health and psychosocial support services for children and families who have experienced forced displacement (refugees, asylum-seekers, immigrants, etc.) through the implementation of PC-CARE. You can access the full expression of interest details and register to join an information session below.
What is PC CARE?
PC-CARE is a 7-session individual treatment program for caregivers with at least one child between the ages of 1 and 10 years that provides support and skill building opportunities to strengthen the caregiver-child relationship, build upon children’s strengths, and learn new child behavior management strategies. Participants are families who have experienced a traumatic event, may be adjusting to a new home or environment, and/or may be exhibiting behaviors that are challenging to the parent/caregiver.
Want to Partner?
If you are interested in partnering with CARRE and UCDavis on this pilot, please send your responses to the questions in the request for expressions of interest below to [email protected] by Wednesday, September 20th, 2023 at 5pm PST.
Information Session (Optional Q&A)
If you have questions, please register for one of the following 30-minute information sessions:
Self & Collective Attuning: Tending to Emotional Activation in these Acute Times
December 12, 2023, 2-4pm ET
What is this collaborative session about?
Join us for a special collaborative session held jointly by the School Crisis Recovery and Renewal project and CARRE (two National Child Traumatic Stress Network Category II sites) to create space for service providers (based in schools or community) who want to engage in the practice of attuning and attending to our emotional landscape as we witness institutionally sanctioned and unprecedented death and violence. Further event details can be found here. This event will not be recorded.
Why should you attend?
- Understand normative fears during trauma with specific attention to children with lived experience of forced displacement and witnessing oppression and ongoing violence.
- Create a brave, generative, and regulating space for educators to explore the interconnection between lived experience and their current ability to uphold trauma informed engagement.
- Engage in community valued, trauma informed regulation strategies that positively impact the process of recovery and renewal.
- Imagine new ways of incorporating recovery and renewal activities into therapeutic intervention, classrooms and curriculum, peer and student interactions, meeting structures and personal lives.
- Identify individual and collective protective factors, community assets and stressors, significant loss, trauma and opportunities for growth.
- Build community capacity and peer support to respond to mental health needs in forcibly displaced communities.
Who should attend?
- Specifically for: school mental health and or community based mental health providers who work in/with schools or in/with communities.
- Open to: Anyone who tends to the wellbeing of young people in school settings (educators, school leaders, case managers, mentors, therapists, restorative justice coordinators, retention coordinators, advisors, deans, school leaders, educators, community service providers, guidance counselors, social workers, etc.)
Please Complete our Needs Assessment!
We are reaching out to our community to ask if you will take 5 minutes to complete our short annual needs assessment (linked below)!
Your feedback will help us better shape our programming, elevate community perspectives, and learn how we can better support you and the clients you work alongside in FY24.
Multiple people from one agency are welcome to complete. Respondents will be anonymous. The survey will close on November 22nd, 2023.
Your voice and needs are invaluable in helping us engage in meaningful and impactful work. Thank you! If you have any questions or concerns about the survey, please reach out to [email protected].