This webinar highlights efforts to use data to improve cultural competency and racial equity in full-service partnerships (FSPs) in San Mateo, Sacramento, and Los Angeles Counties.
This presentation will focus on psychiatric patients with co-occurring substance use disorders from a neuroscience perspective.
The Sacramento Board of Supervisors declared May 22nd as Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Resilience Awareness and Action Day to emphasize the importance of understanding, preventing and treating childhood trauma in order to improve the health and future prosperity of our entire community. The Sacramento County Probation Department understands this and has embraced the essential elements of a trauma informed juvenile justice system. The Juvenile Operation Divisions (Youth Detention Facility, Juvenile Court, Juvenile Placement, and Juvenile Field Services) has focused efforts on becoming a trauma informed agency.
The War on Drugs is an Epic Fail, a short video, describes the history of the war on drugs, related crime laws and increased incarceration, and its financial, economic, and health impacts on communities.
A unique high school performing arts program is bringing different cultures and generations together. Students in East Los Angeles are learning historic Mexican folk dances, some of them hundreds of years old. Their parents and grandparents loved these traditions growing up but they left them behind when they came to America. Jamie Yuccas reports.