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Wakefield, as one of the five Places that will enable the vision to be realised, is committed to the vision and has elements of trauma-informed practice developing and, in some areas, well established.  The work is diverse and has varied levels of maturity.

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Wakefield supports the West Yorkshire vision of working together with people with lived experience and colleagues across all sectors and organisations to ensure West Yorkshire is a trauma informed and responsive system by 2030 and develop a whole system approach to tackling multiple disadvantage.

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About the programme

Strategic oversight is provided by different parts of the Wakefield governance structure.  The Children’s Safeguarding Partnership has oversight of the way that trauma-informed practice is embedded within children’s social work, and the Wakefield Mental Health Alliance funds and provides oversight to schemes that are trauma-informed.  The way in which ownership is distributed is positive and provides strength and depth to this agenda in Wakefield

The Wakefield Resilience Framework video

The Wakefield Resilience Framework

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Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership Useful Resources

Wakefield Safeguarding Children – Useful Resources

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Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership training

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