This month’s CTIPP CAN call featured Erin McDonald from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP) on the just-launched Equitable Long-Term Recovery and Resilience Plan.
We also had Lisa Cushatt and Sara Welch from Iowa ACEs 360 share their valuable findings on the most effective messaging while advocating for trauma-informed policies and practices. And Jen Curt, CTIPP’s Director of Government Affairs, recapped our 117th policy accomplishments and provide an update on federal appropriations
02:35 - Jen Curt, CTIPP’s Director of Government Affairs
18:35 - Erin McDonald from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion (ODPHP)
Introduction to CTIPP and priority of administration
Reimagining not only due to pandemic but structural inequities.
Emerging methods to address drivers through trauma-informed and healing-centered to if vital conditions are not addressed then support services will be used more greatly.
Vital conditions for health and wellbeing
Policy levers to vital conditions
Resources available to build transparency and access
Max’s points about need for lived experience and how resources/services as they currently exist is inadequate
54:00 - Lisa Cushatt and Sara Welch from Iowa ACEs 360
Collective advocacy to shape policy
Good parenting needs to be viewed through conditions that impact abilities to do so
Trauma-informed movement needs to take ownership of how its framing has perpetuated harm and negative frames
An incomplete picture if we don’t talk about the overall conditions for families
Need to take a holistic approach to lead toward positive experiences
Each key statement as it’s own clip, or whole thing as long clip
Being intentional about ask and call to action. Need to call policymakers to their role
Need to connect the dots
Bringing in experience and lived expertise