Our Trauma Resilience Initiative is focused on advancing the mental and behavioral health fields through several regional and national initiatives that support a broad range of health systems (community-based, academic, regional, and national hospitals and their affiliated clinics) to develop and deliver comprehensive and integrative trauma treatment and training programs.
More people than ever are struggling with mental health and substance use disorders. Confronting this mental health crisis and addressing the needs of people impacted by life stressors and trauma, which have intensified as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, will require breaking down the traditional silos between physical and mental health care.
The Trauma Resilience Initiative supports healthcare providers and staff with the resources to meet the need for whole-person care by integrating services to address the impact of life stressors and trauma on patients and health workers. We offer a two-tiered approach focused on health workers and patients that facilitates a holistic, integrated model of care within existing systems.