Report: Trauma Work in Connecticut Must Continue

Many services for children and families in Connecticut incorporate trauma-informed care, but more needs to be done to improve outcomes for children, according to a new report from the Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut.


Pro-social Skills at Young Age Can Predict Future Success: Study

WASHINGTON — Kids who demonstrate so-called pro-social skills at a young age are less likely to end up in juvenile detention, be arrested or abuse drugs later in life, according to a new study published by the American Journal of Public Health.

Molly Gochman, Currey Cook and Christina Wilson Remlin

LGBTQ Youth Still Suffer From Abuse, Many Barriers: Advocates

NEW YORK — Despite the strides that the LGBTQ community has made in the United States over the last year, LGBTQ youth still have a way to go in having equitable juvenile justice and foster care systems as well as combating homelessness.