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The CARF Connection blog, previously distributed in the form of a newsletter, provides timely tips, resources, and updates about CARF accreditation, business practices, and related matters. Learn about current trends in the fields that CARF accredits, improving services, and the latest CARF news.

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The essential philosophy of serving youth with diverse SOGIE (Part 2 of 2)

4 practices to develop a SOGIE-literate culture: CARF spoke with Los Angeles Youth Network (LAYN), about what it does to create and maintain a SOGIE-conscious culture. CEO Mark Supper identified four cultural competency practices that help LAYN stay inclusive of diverse SOGIE.



The essential philosophy of serving youth with diverse SOGIE (Part 1 of 2)

In this case study, we follow a youth named Adam through his decision to come out as transgender, the resulting trauma and homelessness, and the services provided to get him on a path to success. The challenges he experienced were a direct result of his gender identity and new expression of it. Valuing that part of his identity was an important element in creating a service environment for him to succeed.


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