Who We Are
The Consortium brings together community coalitions, service providers, school districts, and other partners serving children and families in Skagit County.
What We Do
- Provide community education and discussion forum opportunities.
- Form partnerships to strengthen existing resources.
- Identify gaps or overlaps in services for children and families most at-risk of academic failure, dropping out of school, drug and alcohol abuse, violence and homelessness in Skagit County.
- Develop the means to fill those gaps and increase service capacity.
- Promote best practices.
When We Meet
The Consortium meets the third Wednesday of the month during the academic year from 9:00 – 10:30 AM in the Community Room 320 Pacific Place in Mount Vernon.
Responding to Complex Trauma - The Attachment, Self-Regulation, and Competency (ARC) Framework - December 7, 2018
Course Description: This workshop is designed for participants to learn about the ARC Framework. ARC is a comprehensive framework for intervention with youth exposed to complex trauma. The framework can be adapted to fit the needs of individuals and groups for all people who work with youth. Attendees of this workshop will learn the 10 building blocks of the ARC model. Because the framework is flexible, participants will be able to apply the concepts as appropriate for their classroom, office, or practice.