A document produced by Trauma Informed Oregon, Portland State University, highlighting key considerations that are grounded in the principles of trauma informed care (see SAMHSA Guidance for a Trauma Informed Approach for more information). We invite you to use the same framework as you are making decisions and communicating to staff. The following are some considerations related to the principles of TIC:
A workshop presented by our partners at SFDPH Trauma Informed Systems (TIS) Initiative on how to implement the Heal SF "Return to Worksite Checklist" for leaders. This recorded video offers leaders and managers a guide on how to reopen the workplace in a manner that supports safety, strong communication, and staff well-being. To access the video, please click the link below.
Conflict resolution can support and improve your mental health. Conflict is an unavoidable and necessary part of life. And it’s not always bad — like all kinds of human interaction, conflict can be healthy or unhealthy. No matter what the conflict is, you always have options. It’s important to know that when you are feeling anxious or stressed out. The trouble is, you don’t always know what they are. By considering mediation, a mediator will spend a day with the parties and find out what solutions will suit you both. They will help coach you through the conflict and the negotiation, putting some of the control back into your hands.
For City and County of San Francisco Employees: The San Francisco Health Service System (SFHSS), EAP provides workplace mediation and group facilitation services for all four employers within the city.
Community Boards: The longest running nonprofit conflict resolution center in the United States.
Pollack Peacebuilding Systems: A conflict management consulting firm, led by anthropologist and conflict specialist Jeremy Pollack.
Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center: A communication and dispute resolution organization.