Restorative Integral Support

Links

Center for Post Trauma Wellness: Read a description and case study using the Restorative Integral Support model.

Restorative Integral Support on SAMHSA’s Homelessness Research Center

Serving the WHOLE Homeless Youth through RIS: A webinar hosted by the New York Coalition for Homeless Youth

Additional Resources

For copies of articles contact Heather Larkin (hlarkin@albany.edu)

Larkin, H., Felitti, V., & Anda, R. (2014). Social work and adverse childhood experiences
(ACE) research: Implications for practice and health policy. Social Work in Public
Health, 29, 1-16.

Larkin, H., & MacFarland, N. (2012). Restorative integral support (RIS) for older adults
experiencing co-occurring disorders. International Journal of Aging and Human
Development, 74(3), 231-241.

Larkin, H., & Park, J. (2012). Adverse childhood experiences (ACE), service use, and service
helpfulness among people experiencing homelessness. Families in Society, 93(2), 85-93.

[Full Issue]. (2012). The health and social consequences of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) across the lifespan: An introduction to prevention and intervention in the community. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 40(4).