NASMHPD’s Center for Innovation in Trauma-Informed Approaches
NASMHPD’s Center for Innovation in Trauma-Informed Approaches promotes trauma-informed practices in the delivery of services to people who have experienced violence and trauma and are seeking support for recovery and healing. They may or may not have a diagnosis of mental health or substance use disorders, and may experience traumatic impacts from the experiences of violence that have strained social connections in the family, in the workplace, in childrearing, in housing – and that may have led to consequent health and social problems – all of which need to be addressed in a trauma-integrated approach. The widespread interest and attention to trauma has substantially raised awareness and understanding of the long lasting impact yet systems often stop there and become confused on the culture change needed to implement approaches that prevent retraumatization and promote safety.
The Center provides training, technical assistance and consultation to organizations, institutions, systems, and communities seeking to implement trauma-informed approaches. Costs vary depending on type of training and number of days. A proposed budget will be sent detailing costs once application is received. For additional questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-682-7561.
- SAMHSA Concept of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach
- NCTIC Trauma Curriculum
- NCTIC Trauma Curriculum Training Manual
- NCTIC Curriculum - HIV Focused
- NCTIC Trauma Curriculum Training Manual - HIV Focused
- Peer Engagement Guide
- Trauma Informed Peer Support (TIPS) Curriculum Training Manual
- Trauma Informed Peer Support (TIPS) Curriculum
- Trauma Addictions Mental Health and Recovery (TAMAR) Treatment Manual and Modules
- Using a Prevention, Trauma-Informed Framework when Implementing PREA
- Trauma Informed Care Resources