Family & Children's Services Child Abuse and Trauma Services (CATS) provides evidence-based, trauma-focused treatment to children/youth (ages 0-18+) and their families who have experienced, abuse, neglect or other traumatic experiences and who reside in and around Tulsa, Oklahoma. CATS offers in office and in home therapy for families who cannot access in office appointments. Intervention models used: Child-Parent Psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Services include individual, family and group models. The CATS team specializes in providing therapy for youth with Illegal Sexualized Behaviors and offers a supportive educational group for caregivers of children who have been sexually abused. Therapists collaborate with community providers, including DHS Child Welfare, court systems, Health Home, schools, pediatricians, in-patient services, attorneys, etc.
This listing of NCTSN members includes current grantees as well as NCTSN Affiliates, former grantees who have maintained their ties to the Network.
Family and Children's Services Inc.
Family and Children's Services, Inc
Family and Children's Services is a non-profit mental health counseling and social services agency that has served the residents of Union County for more than 125 years. Licensed by the NJ Department of Health, the agency provides trauma counseling, using
Family Centered Treatment Foundation, Inc.
The Family Centered Treatment Foundation (FCTF) is the nationally recognized provider of the evidence-based Family Centered Treatment (FCT). The primary purpose of the Family Centered Treatment - Trauma Series Project is to enhance evidenced-based family-systems trauma treatment and increase access to its availability to ensure high-quality treatment for families from a wide range of populations. The NREPP registered FCT model has a strong trauma focus embedded both in the theoretical framework and design and in the practical application. The service delivery system of FCT includes the public sectors of child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, and substance abuse. Male and female populations of all ages are included with histories or current involvement in Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Developmental Disabilities, Juvenile Justice systems, military families, families living in impoverished and high-risk communities. The FCT model recognizes the importance of having a cultural and contextual understanding to the traumatic experiences of youth and their families in order to effectively treat all populations, including disadvantaged groups disproportionately affected by trauma. Thus, the goals of the project are to 1) enhance and expand FCT to better serve families of complex trauma; 2) Extend the access to FCT for families/victims of complex trauma in the identified states and additional states; and 3) advance the awareness and access of FCT nationally for trauma centers. Expanding availability and implementation of trauma treatment through training programs to current FCT sites are expected to incrementally impact 1,440 families annually in 9 states and expanding training to additional sites and states serving 7,200 families over the course of the project.
Family Health Centers at NYU Langone
The Family Health Centers at NYU Langone provide mental health treatment to patients ages 5 and up. We provide services in a large OMH licensed mental health clinic, in integrated medical sites, in homeless shelters, and in school health clinics. Many of our providers are trained in evidence based practices to treat trauma related disorders.
Family Involvement Center, Inc.
Family Service Association of San Antonio, Inc.
Family Service and Communities in Schools-San Antonio seeks to increase the availability of trauma-informed treatment and care for children and youth who have experienced multiple ACEs.
Family Service of RI
Family Service of Rhode Island (FSRI) strives to support a system of care in Rhode Island that is trauma-informed and focused. This is accomplished through direct treatment, education, training, and consultation. FSRI implements several trauma-focused, evidence-based treatments in a variety of programs. FSRI has implemented a continuum of Trauma Systems Therapy throughout our child welfare programs (Residential, Foster Care, and Community Services) and offers TF-CBT, EMDR, and AF-CBT through the Trauma Outpatient Clinic. FSRI also has a robust partnership with several law enforcement systems where FSRI staff respond with Police Officers to traumatic incidents. Based on the Child Development-Community Policing Model, FSRI's "Police Go-Team" has expanded the model to include victims of all ages impacted by trauma. FSRI offers training and consultation to various systems of care including schools, child welfare,law enforcement, behavioral health, and the medical community. FSRI has trainers who have implemented the Resource Parent Curriculum, Think Trauma, Psychological First Aid, the Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit, as well as various other training's related to trauma and it's impact and how to respond.
Family Sunshine Center
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing in Philadelphia. I served as the Project Manager for Philadelphia Alliance for Child Trauma Services (PACTS), a category III NCTSN site for three years. In this role, I oversaw the implementation of trauma-specific services by PACTS’ citywide network of 17 community behavioral health agencies. I also lead efforts to increase awareness of childhood trauma amongst the most vulnerable (Unaccompanied Children, CSEC youth, and LGBTQI youth). I am a passionate proponent of increasing access to culturally responsive behavioral health services to trauma-impacted youth. I have over a decade of experience providing behavioral health services in community-based settings. I am originally from Spain and being bilingual has afforded me the opportunities to work with Latinx families in the Philadelphia area. I am a certified Core Curriculum on Childhood Trauma Basic Facilitator, and I have received training in Trauma-Focused CBT, Perinatal Depression, Sanctuary Model, Problem Gambling, and Tobacco Cessation.
As funded CAT III site Project Director, in addition to successfully administering the SAMHSA grant funding and providing oversight of the implementation of the Project--a school-based therapy initiative that serves children, ages three to 18, who have experienced various types of trauma, Nancy also developed the trauma awareness training for the Project on (1) How to Recognize Trauma; (2) How to Respond to Trauma; (3) How to Create Trauma-informed Systems for Children; and (4) How to Manage Secondary Traumatic Stress. Nancy successfully administered these trainings to over 300 percent of the first-year target population goal within months. Unsolicited feedback received for the training includes: “Your presentation was FANTASTIC!!! My teachers were still talking about it today! I would love for you to come and facilitate some additional training for our teachers if you can!! We have grade level meetings on Fridays. Let me know if you can or are interested! Thank you so much!!” -- Principal, Montgomery Public Schools “I heard rave reviews on your training. Great job!! Thank you!” -- Social Worker (LCSW, PIP), Montgomery Public Schools “The trauma training was extremely informative and useful for classroom management techniques, especially for those of us who work with high school students. Five stars!” -- High School Teacher, Montgomery Public Schools. As a National Steering Committee member and an Affiliate Advisory Council member with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) with Duke University and UCLA, and as a national advisory board member of the TRANSFORM (Trauma and Racism Addressed by Navigating Systemic Forms of Oppression using Resilience Methods) Program with Washington State University, Nancy works closely with trauma-focused research professionals and evidence-based intervention providers to promote awareness and create transformative training tools to develop trauma-informed systems of care. As a passionate advocate for the homeless, for those who suffer with mental illness, and for children impacted by trauma, Nancy continues to use her unique skill set and her commitment to learning to maximize every effort in developing solutions for at-risk populations. Nancy also serves as the Health Committee Co-Chair for the Milwaukee Section of the National Council of Negro Women.