This webinar will discuss the financial self-sufficiency course, Money Basics, developed by Peerlink National Technical Assistance Center. The course was developed by and for peers, and touches on everything from basic banking and budgeting to common experiences peers face with money: poverty, financial crises as a result of hospitalizations or extreme states in mental health, and loss of control over one's own finances. Learn about this course, its values, and how this course can be offered in your community!
Description:The United States is experiencing a public health crisis: an epidemic of trauma, violence and toxic stress. In response, efforts to create trauma-informed change are growing exponentially across the nation. Learn how communities are responding and develop your own strategy to amplify change through four “Catalyst Sessions”: 1) COMMUNITIES, 2) HEALTH CARE, 3) THE JUSTICE SYSTEM, 4) EDUCATION