We envision a world where organizations and people recognize the prevalence of trauma and its far-reaching effects and act compassionately to expand pathways to healing, and where people who have experienced trauma feel empowered to share their pain, define and pursue their recovery, and seek renewal and growth.


TI Training

Trauma-Informed Care Implementation Training

TI Design

Trauma-Informed Care Program Design and Support

TI Policy

Educating Policymakers and Advocating for Change

TI Science

Advancing Research to Improve Treatment and Programs

TI Survivors

Supporting Survivors to Heal and Define Their Recovery


Cultivating Posttraumatic Growth and Wellbeing



any disturbing experience that results in significant fear, helplessness, dissociation, confusion, or other disruptive feelings intense enough to have a long-lasting negative effect on a personā€™s attitudes, behavior, and other aspects of functioning. Traumatic events include those caused by human behavior (e.g., rape, war, industrial accidents) as well as by nature (e.g., earthquakes) and often challenge an individualā€™s view of the world as a just, safe, and predictable place.

Source: American Psychological Association Dictionary of Psychology

Trauma impacts us all

Of people will experience at least one trauma in their lives.

Million Americans suffer from PTSD each year.

Of U.S. families have been affected by disaster.

Of children report experiencing at least one trauma.