DEADLINE TO APPLY: AUGUST 19, 2022

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PROGRAM DATES & DEADLINES
The Trauma Informed Care Training for Head Start will be held virtually, two days/week over a 4-week period. Dates are as follows:

October 4-5, 2022
October 11-12, 2022

October 18-19, 2022
October 25-26, 2022

Time: 9am - 1:30pm (PDT)
PROGRAM FEE

Program fee is $6,000 per grantee (maximum six participants) and includes all learning materials, pre-/post-assessment tools and individualized data analysis and follow-up webinars. Payment is due prior to the start of the program.

Note: Space is limited. Notification of acceptance will be sent by August 29, 2022. Once accepted to attend, an invoice for the registration payment will be sent. 

THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA MUST BE SATISFIED IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE:

* We highly recommend the participation of the HS/EHS Director, Human Resources Director and Health or Mental Health managers. Other staff members from your agency are welcome to attend the virtual training sessions (maximum 6 attendees/per agency).

* The Training Team must attend all the virtual training sessions, conduct Trauma Informed Care training(s) and follow-up at their program.

* Submit requested data, program progress, successes and challenges relating to participation in the Trauma Informed Care training.

* Meet deadlines as established by the UCLA Health Care Institute team and to communicate regularly with UCLA regarding their Trauma Informed Care trainings.

* Please consider other resources needed as additional funding may be necessary for implementation, data collection and incentives to support the adoption of Trauma Informed Care at your agency.

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