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ABSTRACT Scope of Work Between KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION And UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, CENTER ON TRAUMA AND CHILDREN Dates of Contract: April 30,2022 through APRIL 29, 2023 Ginny Sprang, Ph.D. (PI) Scope of Services: The University of Kentucky Center on Trauma and Children will work with the Kentucky Department of Education provide training and support for educators and mental health professionals on trauma informed practices as part of the Kentucky AWARE 2 grant project. UK CTAC will provide training and support for educators and mental health professionals on trauma informed practices as part of the Kentucky AWARE 2 grant. UK CTAC will ensure fidelity and strengthen the district''s framework as they move toward a Multi-tiered System of Support inclusive of mental health and trauma related supports. Additionally, CTAC will disseminate Skills for Psychological Recovery (SPR) to constituencies statewide and support ongoing utilization through a SPR community of practice to help community members gain skills to reduce ongoing distress and effectively cope with post- disaster stresses and adversities. Goals/Deliverables: • Provide Trauma-Informed Care for Educators (TICE) training statewide by providing three virtual (or in person as conditions permit) learning collaborative cohorts that include trainees from all regions of the state. • Deliver and evaluate a TIC Training for Senior Leaders (school superintendents, principals, etc.) in school districts over the 5 year grant cycle (target 80 over 5 years). • Provide training in trauma-specific, evidence-based treatments to 30 community- and school-based MH professionals statewide. • To enhance the sustainability of Trauma-Informed practices and TI-EBPs planted during Kentucky AWARE I and AWARE II cycles in schools, CTAC will continue to host and support the AWARE TIC Peer Support Network, to include veteran trainees and regional consultants from AWARE I partnered with new trainees from AWARE II to share resources and support continued implementation. • Train 200 individuals in affected areas in SPR. Specifically targeted will be Family Resource Youth Service Coordinators (FRYSCs), teachers and school-based mental health professionals, and other community level providers who work with schools and who meet requirements to deliver SPR. UK CTAC would work with the Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities to identify areas of the state and professional/paraprofessional 1|Page Scope of Work Between KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION And UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, CENTER ON TRAUMA AND CHILDREN Dates of Contract: April 30,2022 through APRIL 29, 2023 Ginny Sprang, Ph.D. (PI) groups in need of this training. In order to ensure that all SPR trainees have been trained in trauma informed care (a prerequisite for participation in the SPR offering), synchronous and asynchronous training options will be provided to all SPR trainees at no cost. UK CTAC will also approve TIC trainings provided by other sources. • Develop a SPR community of practice for SPR trainees that can be used to provide additional support to SPR providers through information sharing, problem-solving, building a shared repertoire of resources, relationship building and developing collective knowledge. The community of practice will meet three times during the project period • Provide specific attention to National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) standard #5 (Offer language assistance to individuals who have limited English proficiency and/or other communication needs, at no cost to them, to facilitate timely access to all health care and services) by providing translation service support for SPR materials that can be used by trainees to aid in their delivery of these services. It is estimated that language assistance will be provided to 30 people. 2|Page
|Effective start/end date||7/5/22 → 4/29/23|
- KY Department of Education: $207,250.00
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