Family Impact Seminars are a series of annual seminars, briefing reports, and discussion sessions that provide up-to-date, solution-oriented research on current issues for state legislators and their aides. The seminars provide objective, nonpartisan research on current issues and do not lobby for particular policies. Seminar participants discuss policy options and identify common ground where it exists.
The Kids are NOT All Right: Policy Options to Address Youth Trauma in Massachusetts is the ninth Massachusetts Family Impact Seminar. Today’s seminar is designed to emphasize a family perspective in policymaking on issues related to early intervention in childhood trauma, sex trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation, and sexual assault on college campuses in Massachusetts. In general, Family Impact Seminars analyze the consequences an issue, policy, or program may have for families.
Hines, Denise A. Ph.D; Ross, Laurie Ph.D; and Sarkis, Marianne Ph.D, "Family Impact Seminar 2018: The Kids are NOT All Right: Policy Options to Address Youth Trauma in Massachusetts" (2018). Mosakowski Institute for Public Enterprise. 84.
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