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The successful implementation of a screening process for trauma and victimization has multiple different elements and considerations that need to be taken into account. The current resource is designed to serve as an implementation support tool for the selection and implementation of trauma and/or victimization screening processes within a selected agency and/or system. Using the Exploration, Preparation, Implementation, and Sustainability (EPIS Framework defined by Aarons et al., (2011), this resource is designed to guide leadership in the selection and implementation of a trauma screening process in their agency and/or system. This resource is intended for Agency Administrators and Project Coordinators.

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Exploration Phase

During the exploration phase of implementing a trauma screening process, agency leadership is considering the implementation of a screening process within their agency and/or system and thinking through the potential ways in which a screening process may be helpful to their clientele, but also potential challenges.

Preparation Phase

Implementation Phase

The screening practice is implemented. This is where the rubber meets the road and the implementers will find out if their work during the Preparation Phase addressed the major issues.


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