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Trauma-Informed Care in Behavioral Health Services: Quick Guide for Clinicians Based on TIP 57

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This guide has information for providers and administrators on caring for people who have experienced trauma or are at risk of developing traumatic stress reactions. It also addresses prevention, intervention, and treatment issues and strategies.

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SMA15-4912
Publication Date
July 2015
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