Trauma-informed Care & Resources
Every client we serve has experienced trauma – abuse, neglect, poverty, toxic stress, or violence, and we are proud to employ a trauma-informed clinical framework called Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC), which both encourages healing and helps the children and families in our care to build better lives and reach their potential.
On August 27, 2016, ChildServ teamed-up with Rosecrance and Park Ridge United Methodist Church to host the “Empowering Grace” workshops, providing practical, educational tips, recommendations, skills and resources to equip churches to engage those who are suffering from trauma.
The event featured three speakers: Lynsey Sloan, ChildServ’s Director of Foster Care and Clinical Services, Pleshette Hamb-Murphy, ChildServ’s Director of Foster Care and Specialized Services, and Rev. Dr. Bill Lenters, Chaplain at Rosecrance.
Click the links below to view the handouts from the speaker’s presentations:
For information about the Empowering Grace workshops or to inquire about future educational opportunities, please contact:
Director of Advocacy and Church Relations