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We focus on opportunities to show up for trauma-informed care

If you've committed to taking the Agency Self-Assessment Survey beginning Sept. 1, and will lead as Agency Facilitator, then click the button below to scheduled a time to discuss your expectations and needs with your TICN Coordinator.

Schedule Now!

If it's to be, it's up to us!

Help spread the word and share our link to help other community agencies commit to a trauma-responsive community!

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Beyond Trauma: Youth Mental Health Policy & Practice

Wed., Oct. 11, 2023

at the

Science Museum of Virginia


Your TICN Coordinator, Shari, has been invited to present!

Shari offers a personal enrichment course at VCU - Building Trust and Support Healing from Trauma through Storytelling - and will pull from this curriculum to empower conference-goers to use their personal experiences to guide institutional change!

Come take part!

Think Collectively. Speak Life. Show Up.

Click the Day of Caring banner and support your TICN!

Bring your lunch. Speak your mind. Build a stronger community.

Trust starts here!

Save your seat by Aug. 31

Worth A Read:

Suggested by your Racial-Trauma Committee

from news wise

Children learn about the world through books. They can spark imagination, stimulate curiosity, and inspire.

You Can't Be What You Can't See

Greater Richmond SCAN would like you to directly impact the creation of E-learning TIC modules. These short videos capture the experiences in our communities and seek to educate Virginians on trauma and resilience. These videos are made possible through federal funds for public awareness initiatives.


MODULE 2 - Positive Childhood Experiences

MODULE 3 - Systemic Trauma

MODULE 4 - Trauma in Education

Next meeting is TODAY., Aug 15 @ 12 p.m.

JOIN THE ZOOM to be a part of a change process!

You may:

  • proof read and fine-tune the script
  • use your voice and narrate the film
  • be interviewed about your experience
  • brainstorm content ideas on Zoom

There's trauma-responsive action happening in your community!

There's room for TWO MORE!

Get in touch with your TICN Coordinator at swiltshire@uwvp.org

Your time and attention is needed at this momentous event!

We're seeking two people to share their knowledge of the Network, the impact of trauma on the body and brain, and solutions to the problem.

All TICN material will be provided to you.

Get in touch with your TICN Coordinator at swiltshire@uwvp.org

Worth A Read:

Suggested by your Racial-Trauma Committee

from The Atlantic

There’s data that demonstrates the unfortunate reality: Black workers receive extra scrutiny from bosses, which can lead to worse performance reviews, lower wages, and even job loss. 

Black Workers Really Need to be Twice as Good

Please, never hesitate to contact your TICN Coordinator - swiltshire@uwvp.org