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Safe Kids Worldwide Coalition
Safe Kids is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating preventable childhood injuries, the leading cause of death and disability for children under 14 years of age. Safe Kids organizes childhood safety campaigns, such as traffic safety, fire and burn safety, water safety, helmet use and home safety.
Sarah Grundy Burn Educational Gift Fund
The Sarah Grundy Scholarship Fund enables burn survivors and their families to attend supportive educational programs to help with their recovery, such as the Phoenix Society's World Burn Congress and the Trauma Burn Center's Burn Survivor Education and Support Workshop.
A National Youth Firesetting Prevention and Intervention Toolkit. Fire misuse behaviors are associated with devastating costs, injuries, and life-changing consequences. This unique intervention tool enables community educators to lead discussions on methods to halt fire misuse behaviors and is available at no cost to fire departments, police departments, schools, social service agencies, juvenile courts, hospitals, and other JFSI specialists.
State of Michigan Burn Coordinating Center
Designated as the State Burn Coordinating Center for Michigan, the Trauma Burn Center is responsible for training first responders and medical personnel throughout the state to properly respond to catastrophic burn-related events and injuries. This training ensures that a highly-coordinated response is executed in Michigan and its surrounding region for burn mass casualty incidents.
Stop The Bleed
Quick actions can Stop the Bleed and save a life! Anyone can earn to Stop the Bleed.
A family-oriented program targeting youth 8 - 17 who exhibit behaviors associated with the misuse of fire. It is also for youth who have observed others playing with fire or who are at risk for experimentation. Straight Talk is provided to families free of charge and has been nationally recognized and scientifically proven as an exemplary prevention and intervention program.
Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery (SOAR)
A no-cost program intended to assist past and present patients and their families in adapting to a burn injury through the support of others with similar experiences. Designed by the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors and a national committee of experts, the SOAR training program empowers volunteers with information and skills needed to provide appropriate forms of guidance to others.
Trauma Burn Pre-Hospital Education
Continuing pre-hospital education is vital to improving patient outcome and provides an excellent opportunity to review and refine patient pre-hospital care initiatives. Topics are presented by experts in the fields of trauma and burns, injury prevention, workplace safety, and emergency medicine.
Understanding Burn Care
The Trauma Burn Center partnered with other organizations to provide this helpful website. It contains resources from burn organizations across the nation for those affected by burn injuries and their families. It brings together, in one central library, tools to make services more accessible to everyone.
Virtual Safety Resources
Our Injury Prevention and Community Outreach Educator provides numerous professional development and webinar trainings throughout the year. For more information or to request a presentation, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://traumaburn.org/karla-s-klas-bsn-rn-ccrp
Youth Firesetting Prevention & Intervention Information
The Trauma Burn Center provides specialized services in preventing and intervening with youth firesetting and fire misuse. Learn more about services, programs, and resources available by contacting email@example.com or clicking on the links below.