Trauma Informed Care
Helping individuals move from “What’s Wrong?” to “What Happened?”
Too many people are suffering from the impacts of ongoing trauma, whether it’s caused by violence, crime, poverty, racism, or systemic inequality.
Trauma and adversity, built up over time, contribute to inequitable outcomes in every area of life and can even alter the structure of the brain. In fact, science has shown that physical effects from trauma can even pass from generation to generation.
Together, with our partners, we’ve helped train those who work directly with people impacted by trauma. All for the goal of building a more trauma-informed region, where social service workers, educators, first responders, and others are better equipped to help those on their path to healing.