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Trauma-Informed EC 

Supporting Trauma-Informed Care & Polices for
EC Organizations & Providers

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Trauma-Informed EC Advisory Coalition 

The lifelong impacts of trauma on children and adults is widely known.  For the last decade, Montana has been dedicated to addressing the impacts of trauma as demonstrated in the 2019 Montana State Health Improvement Plan.  

 

The Montana Head Start Collaboration Office, the Center for Children, Families & Workforce Development, the Montana Early Childhood Services Bureau, and the National Native Children's Trauma Center are just a few of the dedicated groups working in the early childhood field to increase trauma-informed knowledge and practices.

In 2022, the Montana Trauma-Informed Early Childhood Advisory Coalition (MTTIEC) joined these efforts with the goal to support the coordination, expansion and accessibility of trauma-informed trainings and services for early childhood professionals throughout Montana.

Interested in getting involved and supporting our work?  Email us at:

mttiecadvisorycouncil@gmail.com

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Current Training Offerings
 

​Administrators, directors and staff of:

  • Child care program (family, group or center)

    • ECP credit available​

  • Early Head Start or Head Start

  • Non-profit serving children  0-5

  • ECE advocacy organizations

Who Should attend trainings?
 

HOw are Trainings Scheduled?
 

Please click to fill out a short form to be connected to a local MTTIEC facilitator to attend a public training or host a training at your organization or program.​

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Why is Being
Trauma-informed important In EC?

For those who work with kids, families and staff who have experienced trauma, understanding and employing practices that resist re-traumatization constitutes an essential step toward helping to facilitate growth.

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