The Wisconsin Partnership Program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has announced $4 million in awards to initiatives working to improve health and health equity across Wisconsin.
Sept. 26-28. The Institute for Child and Family Well-Being, UWM & Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin will be presenting 6 breakout sessions.
Thursday, August 23, 12:30-3:00, UWM Alumni House 3230 E. Kenwood Blvd., Milwaukee, WI 53211
June 20 at the UWM Union, 2200 E Kenwood Blvd, Milwaukee. Join counselors, social workers, clinicians, psychologists, physicians, nurses, and related practitioners as they present trauma-informed practices.
The award recognizes Pate’s positive contributions to education and to the city of Milwaukee.
The Institute for Child and Family Well-Being (ICFW) is collaborating with Wisconsin’s Department of Children and Families and Office of Children’s Mental Health on a five-year, $1.8 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) that will increase access to evidence-based mental health treatments for children and families that have been exposed to trauma.
Change in Mind is a three-year initiative supporting the alignment of emerging research on chronic stress and developmental trauma with public policy and community practices.
Headed by the Sojourner Family Peace Center, this 3-year demonstration project aims to develop trauma-informed screening, service, and referral processes to address the needs of polyvictimized clients.
This 3-year project focuses on Milwaukee County’s Family Drug Treatment Court (FDTC) program, which serves parents whose substance use disorder is a safety concern that results in the removal of the children from their care.
Led by the Wisconsin Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Wisconsin, this 3-year interdisciplinary project is aimed at preventing violent crime recidivism among men who are returning to Milwaukee from prison.
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Dr. David J. Pate Jr. is a leading expert on low income African-American men, fatherhood, and child support. Dr. Laura A. Voith focuses on violence prevention and intervention, particularly violence against women and children, and implementation science on the delivery of violence prevention programs.
Wisconsin receives $8.65 million for home visiting.
Children’s Hospital joins Brighter Futures program.
Children’s Hospital receives Change in Mind Grant.