Being a trauma-informed organization means we promote healing and resilience through our youth programs, adult trainings, and community outreach. This page is a collection of resources for parents and community members to learn more about trauma-informed care and strategies/opportunities to engage youth in activities that help them thrive.
National Association for the Education of Young Children - Looking for ways to bring social-emotional learning home? Take a look at these great tips from the NAEYC!
The Washington Post - Homework leaving you and your child stumped? This article has some strategies to take the struggle away.
KidSource Online - If you are having trouble speaking with your child’s teacher or a school employee, consider following some of these suggestions.
USTA - What level am I? Here is a great overview of the different skills levels available to youth as they learn the game.
Net Generation - As a partner of the USTA, we gain invaluable lessons and tips from the Net Generation curriculum.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - What is the power of sport? How does it help children heal? Read this article for the answers!
The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development - Practical tools for improving safety.
The Hechinger Report - Personalized learning models make all the difference for students.
Riverdale Park District - Let’s get physical, Riverdale! What better place to start that the park district, which offers youth and adult programs to get everyone moving!
Southwest Organizing Project - In working with our parent mentors, SWOP is a crucial resource to our community-empowerment efforts.
Detroit PAL - Looking to try out a new sport in Detroit? PAL offers 11 different programs all focusing on enriching young people.
For more videos about trauma-informed care, youth engagement, and community empowerment, please visit our YouTube Channel.