Trauma Practice for Healthy Communities
76.1% of the population is affected by trauma. Many have no access to specialized trauma care.
What We Do: Empowering Individuals
Trauma Practice for Healthy Communities aims to promote health by providing individuals who are experiencing Psychological Trauma, PTSD, Compassion Fatigue, and related mental health disturbances, with access to information, group support and educational/ self development programs.
Who Do We Help: Healing Communities
Through group programs and public access to free resource materials, Trauma Practice is reaching out to Trauma survivors and those who support them wherever they are. We recognize the need of marginalized and/or vulnerable community members who are falling through the cracks of an overburdened system.
Our Research: Inspiring Change
Our work seeks to advance education by conducting research in our fields of post-trauma informed care, group programming and sharing the results in public and professional forums. We can do better when we know more. Promoting health through research is a key part of our mandate, not only creating access to trauma informed mental health care, but provision of better services for those in need. Our goal is to improve the conversation through safe venues focused on trauma informed care, where up-to-date and accurate information is shared widely. We hope to make the dialogue safer by opening up the conversation and reducing the stigma and isolation of those who suffer.
Trauma Practice for Healthy Communities believes that trauma recovery should be accessible to all. Together we plan to succeed in making it a reality for everyone.