The Prevention, Empowerment, and Resiliency Collaborative (PERC) Center at Colorado State University will be established to address the needs of children, youth, and families from four neighborhoods where trauma is precipitated by chronic poverty, community violence, child maltreatment, and the immigration experience. PERC will advance the provision of culturally appropriate, evidence-based treatment and care for youth impacted by trauma by collaborating with NCTSN treatment centers, mental health organizations, and child welfare systems to implement and evaluate two evidence-based trauma interventions: Trauma Adapted-Family Connections (TA-FC) and Culturally Modified Trauma-Focused Treatment (CM-TFT). PERC is grounded in the principle of building on the strengths and developing the capacity of youth, families, and neighborhoods to facilitate recovery and promote resilience; and will emphasize project accountability and continuous assessment of objectives and outcomes. Goals include developing a system that engages stakeholders in decision-making about implementation of trauma-informed services for youth; and creating a sustainable trauma-informed service delivery approach in serving hard-to-reach, underserved, at-risk diverse populations in Larimer County. PERC expects to serve 286-360 youth.