October 4, 2017–On November 7th, SCAN will host “Helping the Helpers,” the fourth summit in Loudoun as part of its Resilient Children, Resilient Loudoun initiative through support from the Northern Virginia Health Foundation. This event is for all community members, especially those who work with or interact with people who have suffered trauma, or want to know more about secondary traumatic stress.
Presenters will include Christina Cunningham, MS, from Fairfax TICN; Allyson Halverson, BS, CCLS, CTP, Certified Child Life Specialist from Inova Loudoun Hospital; John P Walker, Ph.D., LMFT with Family Connections, Loudoun County Department of Family Services; and members of the FBI Victims Assistance Program.
- Tickets are $20 per person (including lunch) and are available to purchase online at: http://bit.ly/2yiVrKQ
- Download a flyer for the event HERE.
This event is brought to you by the Loudoun County Partnership for Resilient Children and Families: HealthWorks for Northern Virginia | INMED Partnerships for Children | Inova Loudoun Hospital Emergency Room | Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter (LAWS)/Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice | Loudoun Child Advocacy Center | Loudoun County Government DFS/CPS and Mental Health Services | Loudoun County Public Schools | Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office | NVFS | SCAN of Northern Virginia
Made possible by financial support from the Northern Virginia Health Foundation and SCAN of Northern Virginia.
For more information, please contact SCAN Public Education Manager Tracy Leonard: tleonard(at)scanfamilies.org