The Center for Tribes’ Resource List Series shares information and resources specific to a variety of topics relevant to tribal child welfare. The Center for Tribes most recent Resource Lists include:
Genetic Memory: How Trauma Can Change DNA
The Genetic Memory Resource List from the Center for Tribes shares information on genetic memory (a.k.a., ancestral memory, genetic transmission, or even intution), the soul wound (Duran, E.), and the interconnectedness between genetics and intergenerational/historical trauma, PTSD, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
Working with Two-Spirit and Native LGBTQ Youth
The Working with Two-Spirit and Native LGBTQ Youth Resource List shares information designed to raise awareness and encourage tribal child welfare professionals to think through how they can better support Two-Spirit and/or Native LGBTQ children and youth.
Resources for Healthy Generations
Acknowledging that each community is unique, the Resources for Healthy Generations Resource List intends to build on each community's strengths of today and the past by identifying resources to help families develop a sense of what is healthy for now and for future generations.