In the fall of 2014, the National Center on Family Homelessness at AIR presented a free online program that addressed the impact of trauma on veterans and highlighted trauma-informed care as an organization-wide approach to understanding and responding to trauma. Special focus was given to the experiences of women veterans and how to provide trauma-informed care to this population.
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5 Aug 2014
Sources of health information and knowledge are changing dramatically. While we used to rely on clinicians, social service providers, families, friends, and traditional media for guidance, now we also turn to a vast array of new resources in a digital world. AIR's work leverages both traditional and digital strategies to develop integrated communication and behavior-change strategies. AIR informs and engages a wide spectrum of audiences, targeting key influencers and various public groups.
5 Aug 2014
AIR provides training and technical assistance that builds capacity and transforms the policies and practices of health, education, and social services agencies. Targeted change addresses policies, leadership, culture, and social norms; workforce competencies; and financial, administrative, and coordinating structures. We facilitate youth, family, and consumer engagement, wherever possible, to inform policies and practices that most affect the people we aim to serve.