SJR 23

  • Illinois Senate Joint Resolution
  • 102nd Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate
  • Senate
  • House
  • Governor

Trauma-Informed Policies


States that policy decisions enacted by the Illinois State Legislature should acknowledge and take into account the principles of trauma, whenever possible, and consider the concepts of toxic stress, early adversity, and buffering relationships and note the role of early intervention and investment in trauma-informed policies leading to a healing-centered environment. States that Illinois should invest in technological connectivity that includes detailed information and resources on trauma-informed care, standards for providing evidence-based trauma informed treatment, peer to peer networking, and creation of belonging through narrative expression. States that Illinois should move from a siloed, individual approach to a collaborative, person-centered healing approach to identify, strengthen, and empower individuals and communities to craft a future positive history of Illinois.

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Mar 16, 2021


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