These podcasts feature interviews with network leaders from Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC), an initiative that supports cross-sector, community networks using the science of ACEs and trauma to build a just, healthy and resilient world.
Preventing Trauma and Youth Suicide During COVID-19 and Beyond: Promoting Mental Wellbeing Through In-School and Out-of-School Supports
This topic explores how agencies and organizations that support the wellbeing of youth both in school and out of school have adapted to the current context. Groups have found new opportunities to authentically engage with youth in ways that elevate strengths, connect to culture and are trauma-informed.
Promoting Connectedness for Trauma and Suicide Prevention: Needs and Opportunities to Address Social Isolation in a Pandemic
This topic explores how agencies and organizations are addressing social isolation and loneliness with a focus on priority populations who faced isolation even before the pandemic and groups at higher risk for suicide and trauma.
Trauma-Informed Systems: Supporting your community and essential city workers during and after COVID-19
This topic explores what it means for a city or other local government to be trauma-informed and what might this look like during the COVID-19 pandemic, including how agencies and organizations are integrating internal- and external-facing trauma-informed practices.
Building resilient communities can help prevent suicide and trauma. This topic focuses on what equitable recovery looks like in the current context, and how states and communities can set the course for healthier and more equitable development in the wake of COVID-19.