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Over 20 community partners representing the health care, education, legal and other systems working together to educate our community and to improve quality and access to trauma informed support – to create a trauma informed community.
To increase understanding within the community about trauma and its effects, to improve quality of care and access to evidence-based services for individuals and families affected by trauma, and to facilitate collaboration across systems.
Any experience, real or perceived, that leaves a person feeling hopeless, helpless, and/or fearing for one's survival or safety.
Members from each of these organizations are actively involved and support the Summit County Trauma Informed Care Coalition.
Want to learn more or get involved?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org