Report Addresses Protective Factors To Overcome Youth and Family Trauma
April 30, 2014
The Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration on Children, Youth and Families has released “Promoting Protective Factors for In-Risk Families and Youth: A Brief for Researchers.” This report explores factors that help youth and their families cope with trauma, focusing on five populations who are often victimized:
- Infants, children, and adolescents who are abused or neglected.
- Runaway and homeless youth.
- Youth in or transitioning out of foster care.
- Children and youth exposed to domestic violence.
- Pregnant and parenting teens.
View and download the full report.