Trauma-Informed Care Trainings

These trainings were developed and presented with funding from the New Hampshire Children’s Health Foundation. You can learn more about the Trauma-informed Care in Pediatrics Project on the current projects page. This project supports pediatric primary care settings to become trauma-informed and implement a trauma or ACEs screener with their patient population.

NH Mental Health Care in Pediatrics (NH MCAP) Project

The New Hampshire Mental Health Care Access in Pediatrics project (NH MCAP) is a four year program funded by the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (NH DHHS) through a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The goal of the program is to increase provider knowledge and confidence in identifying, screening, treating, and effectively referring pediatric patients with mental health concerns.

The first MCAP cohort focused on pediatric anxiety and depression and offered 10 monthly ECHO sessions. ECHO sessions include a 10-20 min didactic and one hour case presentation.

The 10-20 minute didactic presentations from each of the 10 ECHO sessions are posted below and available free to the public.

Resource Sheets


Project Reports