Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment Advisory Board Receives Updates on Progress and New Website
The newly created Center for the Prevention of Child Maltreatment (CPCM) at the University of South Dakota held its quarterly advisory board meeting in Chamberlain, South Dakota last week. The agenda included a variety of topics, most notably the progress of the organizational groundwork for the center and updates on the current objectives.Details
A policy brief issued in July by the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP) forcefully develops the case for trauma-informed approaches to address the opioid crisis—to prevent and treat addiction—based on strong evidence that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are at the root of the crisis.
You can find more information about ACEs on our website: www.sdcpcm.com.Details
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP)
A Texas doctor believes a modeling system that’s successfully identified neighborhoods, streets and even specific businesses where shootings and other crimes are likely to occur can help stop child abuse and neglect before it happens.Details
Anpo Wicahpi, Morning Star, signifies new beginnings in the Lakota language and is believed to be a source of strength for young women according to school leaders. Described as the first school of its kind by Anpo Wicahpi founders, the private school finished out its first year in Spring 2017 with 14 students from grades 6 and 7. “Our school is a safe haven for girls. It’s not only a college preparatory school with rigorous academic standards but also a place where girls can identify with the positive aspects of being Lakota,” Giago said.Details