On March 20, CCR received the 2019 Own Award presented by the Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago & Northwest Indiana which recognizes organizations and individuals who have made the world a better place by advancing opportunities for girls and women.
Dr. Tali Raviv, Associate Director of the Center for Childhood Resilience, talks about what causes trauma in students and how it can manifest physically, behaviorally, and cognitively.
Thanks to a grant from the Evanston Community Foundation, the social workers, attorneys, staff, and board members of the Moran Center attended workshops on providing trauma-informed services, most recently led by CCR team members. Read more.
In a recent three-part series on WGN News, Dr. Colleen Cicchetti was featured as part of a group of people and programs providing resources and support to Chicago communities most impacted by violence and trauma. Dr. Cicchetti's first-person account demonstrates how being trauma-informed can make a real difference in the lives of children and families affected by violence. Watch the segment.