The National Council is committed to helping health and human services organizations, state, and local governments, and schools create and sustain trauma-informed systems of care and trauma-informed best practices. We believe we have much to contribute to leadership and the workforce in the area of trauma-informed care and we are glad to be working with you to address this compelling public health issue.
This is only a start of our journey together to raise awareness and improve clinical outcomes for trauma survivors nationwide. We will continue our efforts to educate, encourage and facilitate the change process, not only for members, but also for the communities you serve and the clinicians, peer workers, and auxiliary staff you employ.
READ: This Town Adopted Trauma-Informed Care–And Saw a Decrease in Crime and Suspension Rates, Yes! Magazine, February 22, 2017
- Book List
- Children and Trauma Informed Care
- Communicating for Buy-In Tools
- Fostering Futures
- Human Services and Non-Clinical Organizations
- Intergenerational, Historical and Racial Trauma Resources
- Implementation Tools
- Learning Community Meeting Follow Up Resources
- National Council Magazine on Trauma-Informed Behavioral Healthcare
- Organizational Self-Assessments (OSAs) and Performance Monitoring Tools (PMTs)
- Primary Care
- Resources by Domain
- TIC Tip of the Week
- Trauma-Sensitive Schools
- Upcoming Webinars & Archived Recordings
If you would like to read more about our efforts in Trauma-Informed Care, please see our webpage.
Questions about Trauma-Informed Care? Contact Sharday Lewis, Project Manager, at ShardayL@thenationalcouncil.org or 202-684-7457 ext. 234.