Update on the Bounce Partnership with Louisville’s Providers of Adolescent Residential Services

In 2019, the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence (JHFE) awarded the Bounce Coalition a grant to provide training and support to three of Louisville’s adolescent residential services over a two-year period. Since then, Bounce has partnered with Seven Counties’ Bellewood and Brooklawn, Boys and Girls Haven, St. Joseph Children’s Home, and the on-campus Jefferson County Public Schools serving these agencies to become self-sustaining, trauma-informed organizations – serving children and families through healing-centered, trauma-informed policies and [...]

By |2021-07-09T10:02:25-04:00July 6, 2021|News Room|

Trauma-Informed Plans: An Opportunity for More Positive Learning Environments

When the gavel sounded on the 2019 legislative session, advocates across the state celebrated the passage of Senate Bill 1, the School Safety and Resiliency Act. This bipartisan effort brought together lawmakers, behavioral health experts, and school administrators to ensure all students can learn in a safe and supportive school environment. While the bill encompassed multiple areas of school safety, including requiring procedures and oversight to strengthen school security if a threat occurs, it also required [...]

By |2021-07-09T10:03:09-04:00June 29, 2021|News Room|

Data-Driven, Cross-Sector: Bounce Coalition Boosts Trauma-Informed Change in Kentucky

This article originally appeared on marc.healthfederation.org September 17, 2020 ​Student suspension rates dropped. Teacher retention rose. Membership in the PTA swelled from zero to more than 200. More kids said in a survey that there was at least one adult at school whom they could talk to if they had a problem. ​The data—a comparison of the Bounce Coalition’s pilot school and one with similar demographics—told the Kentucky resilience-boosting group that they were on the [...]

By |2021-03-04T15:48:05-05:00October 15, 2020|News Room|

Bounce Coalition to partner with YMCA of Greater Louisville and Boys & Girls Club of Kentuckiana for Trauma-Informed Care Supports

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mara Powell, Kentucky Youth Advocates mpowell@kyyouth.org Bounce Coalition to partner with YMCA of Greater Louisville and Boys & Girls Club of Kentuckiana for Trauma-Informed Care Supports Over 600 staff from YMCA of Greater Louisville and Boys and Girls Club of Kentuckiana to participate in program Louisville, KY (October 06, 2020) – The Bounce Coalition and C.E. and S. Foundation have partnered in work to provide training and support to two of [...]

By |2021-03-04T15:47:31-05:00October 6, 2020|News Room|

​Bounce Coalition Partners with Humana to Provide Trauma-Informed Training to Employees serving Kentuckians with Medicaid

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mara Powell mpowell@kyyouth.org ​Bounce Coalition Partners with Humana to Provide Trauma-Informed Training to Employees serving Kentuckians with Medicaid Louisville, KY (September 17, 2020) – The Bounce Coalition is partnering with Humana to provide trauma-informed training for the managed care organization’s employees serving Medicaid members in Kentucky. Across the country, there is growing recognition of trauma’s profound negative impact on the health and well-being of children and adults. Exposure to abuse, neglect, systemic discrimination, [...]

By |2021-03-04T15:34:38-05:00September 17, 2020|News Room|

Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence Funds Bounce Partnership with Louisville’s Providers of Adolescent Residential Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dr. David Finke, PhD david.finke@centerstone.org 502-235-7565 Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence Funds Bounce Partnership with Louisville’s Providers of Adolescent Residential Services Uspiritus, Boys and Girls Haven, and St. Joseph Children’s Home building a community of providers with shared trauma-informed framework Louisville, KY (February 14, 2020) – The Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence (JHFE) has awarded the Bounce Coalition a grant to provide training and support to several of Louisville’s adolescent residential [...]

By |2021-03-04T15:45:01-05:00February 14, 2020|News Room|
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