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Safe Start Centers Toolkit for Schools

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Safe Start Centers Toolkit for Schools by the Safe Start Center (2012) As the National Survey for Children Exposed to Violence has shown, children's exposure to home and community violence is prevalent in the U.S. Exposure to traumatic events is often unexpected and can leave educators with many uncertainties about what to do next. Faced with students struggling to cope and a community struggling to respond, schools need reliable information, practical tools, and pragmatic guidance.
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Healing the Invisible Wounds: Children's Exposure to Violence, A Guide for Families

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This publication offers support and guidance for friends of family who suspect a child may have witnessed or experienced violence. Strategies are separated into three age groups: birth-6, 7-11, and 12-18.