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Network Members

This listing of NCTSN members includes current grantees as well as NCTSN Affiliates, former grantees who have maintained their ties to the Network.

Center for Applied Research Solutions

Treatment and Services Adaptation Centers - Category II - California
Funding Period:
2020-2025

The School Crisis Recovery and Renewal (SCRR) project supports educators, school staff, and school-based clinicians to effectively implement trauma-informed crisis response, recovery, and renewal strategies. The Center for Applied Research Solutions (CARS), in partnership with Trauma Transformed (T2) and leading researchers, create curricula, training opportunities, and best-practice resources to promote long-term recovery and renewal after school crisis. Nationally, the SCRR Team provides training and technical assistance (TTA) services and resources to state and local education agencies (SEAs/LEAs); district teams; school leaders; school mental health providers, support staff, and educators; community partners; and other school mental health stakeholders. We offer intensive consultations to a small number of districts and schools, with attention to ensuring parity across U.S. regions and promoting equitable access for schools. Working with school crisis experts, including students and families with lived experience, the SCRR Team will co-create a practice-oriented curriculum for schools navigating school crisis recovery and renewal. Into the project, we will deliver the curriculum through Regional Training Collaboratives (RTCs) of educators, youth and families, school staff, and other personnel who have been impacted by a school crisis. Integrating their recommendations, we will create a train-the-trainer curriculum and a set of national standards for school crisis recovery and renewal best practices. The SCRR project website, distance learning events, and resources will promote effective adoption and implementation for student and educator-driven school crisis recovery and renewal practices and policies at a national level.

Location:
Santa Rosa , CA
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Center for Child & Family Health

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - North Carolina
Funding Period:
2003-2007, 2009-2012, 2012-2016, 2016-2021, 2021-2026

The Center for Child & Family Health's (CCFH) Project REACH: Responsive, Equitable, Accessible, and Child-Focused Trauma Services will increase access to and improve the quality of trauma-focused treatments and services for children, adolescents, and their families who experience traumatic events to improve child, family, and system outcomes and address racial and ethnic behavioral health disparities. Project REACH targets youth from birth to 18 and their families who are affected by trauma and psychosocial adversity, especially those at risk for negative sequalae of trauma exposure including African American and Latinx children and those involved in the child welfare system. Project REACH will (1) increase participation and access to trauma treatment and prevention services for children and adolescents and their families through conducting outreach, providing acute prevention response to traumatic events, and reducing racial disparity in perception of care; (2) increase CCFH's capacity to provide an array of direct outpatient trauma-informed evidence-based practices (i.e., Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Parent Child Interaction Therapy, and Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress,) to reduce trauma and mental health symptoms of children and adolescents and their families; (3) increase access of our child welfare system to trauma-informed services by implementing and disseminating the NCTSN's Caring for Children Who Have Experienced Trauma (a.k.a., Resource Parent Curriculum [RPC]); and (4) advance NCTSN efforts through participation on committees, developing resources to address workforce stress, and facilitating the Core Curriculum on Childhood Trauma.

Location:
1121 W Chapel Hill St, Ste 100
Durham , NC 27701
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Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - New York
Funding Period:
2012-2016, 2020-2025

The Center for Child Trauma and Resilience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai will use this opportunity to create the Complex Trauma Program (CTP), which will integrate trauma-informed, evidence-based treatment for child trauma throughout the Mount Sinai Health System’s Child Behavioral Health and Science Center (CBHSC) in New York City. Representing the largest child psychiatry service in NYC, services will be delivered in three outpatient clinics traversing three corners of Manhattan, an intensive day program/high school, and a newly forming clinical service located onsite at the Judith S. Kaye High School, a small transfer school for students with justice involvement and substance use issues. CTP will serve racially and culturally diverse children, adolescents, and their families from underserved, impoverished NYC neighborhoods. The CTP is also launching the Frontline Family Support Program, which will serve families in our own health system who have been on the frontline of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. We will provide short-term consultation and long-term care embedded into the CTP

Location:
New York , NY
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Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress -Children's Hospital of Philadelphia & Nemours / A.I Dupont Hospital (DE)

Treatment and Services Adaptation Centers - Category II - Delaware
Funding Period:
2002-2005, 2007-2012, 2012-2016, 2018-2023

The Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress (CPTS) addresses health-related traumas in the lives of children and families. Tens of millions of children in the US each year face injury, illness, pain, and frightening treatment experiences. Medical traumatic stress includes child and family responses to these medical events.  The Center’s mission is to reduce medical traumatic stress by promoting trauma-informed health care and ensuring that health care providers are knowledgeable and skilled in trauma-informed care with diverse youth and their families. The Center develops and disseminates practical evidence-based tools that can be integrated into pediatric medical care.  CPTS is unique in the Network in its core focus on secondary and tertiary health care settings, i.e., hospitals, emergency departments, and subspecialty medical care.

CPTS’ work in the NCTSN focuses on three goals / key constituencies: 1) Helping health care providers and health care systems  improve outcomes for children and families at risk for medical traumatic stress by promoting evidence-based trauma-informed health care services. 2) Helping mental health and psychosocial providers become proficient in evidence-based interventions for ill and injured children and their families. and 3) Ensuring that children and families across the US have access to evidence-based resources and interventions that address the impact of medical traumatic stress for children’s health and wellbeing.  The Center promotes awareness of medical traumatic stress and trauma-informed pediatric health care via www.HealthCareToolbox.org

Location:
Wilmington , DE
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Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress -Children's Hospital of Philadelphia & Nemours / A.I Dupont Hospital (PA)

Treatment and Services Adaptation Centers - Category II - Pennsylvania
Funding Period:
2002-2005, 2007-2012, 2012-2016, 2018-2023

The Center for Pediatric Traumatic Stress (CPTS) addresses health-related traumas in the lives of children and families. Tens of millions of children in the US each year face injury, illness, pain, and frightening treatment experiences. Medical traumatic stress includes child and family responses to these medical events.  The Center’s mission is to reduce medical traumatic stress by promoting trauma-informed health care and ensuring that health care providers are knowledgeable and skilled in trauma-informed care with diverse youth and their families. The Center develops and disseminates practical evidence-based tools that can be integrated into pediatric medical care.  CPTS is unique in the Network in its core focus on secondary and tertiary health care settings, i.e., hospitals, emergency departments, and subspecialty medical care.

CPTS’ work in the NCTSN focuses on three goals / key constituencies: 1) Helping health care providers and health care systems  improve outcomes for children and families at risk for medical traumatic stress by promoting evidence-based trauma-informed health care services. 2) Helping mental health and psychosocial providers become proficient in evidence-based interventions for ill and injured children and their families. and 3) Ensuring that children and families across the US have access to evidence-based resources and interventions that address the impact of medical traumatic stress for children’s health and wellbeing.  The Center promotes awareness of medical traumatic stress and trauma-informed pediatric health care via www.HealthCareToolbox.org

Location:
Philadelphia , PA
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Center for Safe Supportive Schools

Treatment and Services Adaptation Centers - Category II - Maryland
Funding Period:
2020-2025

The Center for Safe Supportive Schools (CS3) reflects a national-regional partnership between the National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, the NCTSN Center for Trauma Care in Schools (CTCS; Massachusetts) and the Center for Childhood Resilience (CCR; Illinois), a team of national-regional experts and trainers on the impact of childhood trauma exposure and trauma-informed systems, policies and practices and their fit within multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) in schools. The CS3 will address critical gaps by integrating and aligning trauma-informed policies and practices into comprehensive SMH systems nationwide; augmenting existing school trauma approaches by attending to social determinants and injustices that lead to disparities and improving engagement of youth of color and newcomer youth in school-based trauma supports; and, integrating trauma-informed training into pre-service workforce development for educators and behavioral health staff. The CS3 has three goals: Goal 1: Build state and district capacity to deliver multi-tiered, trauma-informed policies and programming, including universal (Tier 1), targeted (Tier 2) and intensive (Tier 3), within K-12 comprehensive school mental health (SMH) systems nationwide; Goal 2: Support training and implementation of school-based trauma interventions that attend to social determinants and injustices and engage and support specific marginalized populations, including youth of color and newcomer (refugee and immigrant) youth; Goal 3: Integrate TIS into pre-service educator and mental health provider preparation.

Location:
737 West Lombard Street
Baltimore , MD
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Centerstone of Florida, Inc

Organizational Affiliate - Florida
Funding Period:
2012-2016, 2016-2021

The purpose of the Centerstone of Florida Trauma Training and Treatment project is to increase access to effective trauma-focused treatment and services for children and adolescents ages 2-17 and their families who witness or experience traumatic events in three Florida counties (DeSoto, Manatee, and Sarasota). Centerstone will implement two trauma-focused evidence-informed and evidence-based interventions developed by the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN): (1) Assessment-Based Treatment for Traumatized Children: A Trauma Assessment Pathway (TAP) and (2) Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). A care manager conducts eligibility assessments and co-occurring disorder screening at intake. Therapists conduct additional (up to three) TAP Assessments with the client/family to identify the most appropriate treatment for each child/adolescent. The Trauma Trainer arranges Youth Mental Health First Aid courses for focus area stakeholders. The Outreach Specialist conducts outreach and engagement in diverse community venues, interfacing with child-serving systems, state/local agencies, healthcare providers, law enforcement, child welfare agencies, and more to identify/refer/engage individuals in need of trauma program services. The Specialist develops community partnerships to collaborate with the Advisory Council and Youth Task Force. The Trainer arranges training for community stakeholders in trauma-informed practices, cultural competence, and NCTSN Learning Center modules. The Trainer coordinates with Centerstone Military Services (CMS) to host military culture and best practices training for providers who work with children of military families.

Location:
Bradenton , FL
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Centerstone of Illinois

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Illinois
Funding Period:
2020-2025

CT3: Centerstone Trauma Treatment and Training’s aim is to increase access to trauma-focused treatment for children, adolescents and their families who have experienced traumatic events, including children and adolescents involved in the juvenile justice system and children of veterans. The counties covered include Franklin, Jackson, Madison, Perry, Randolph, St. Clair, Union, Washington and Williamson. CT3 services include: -Direct trauma and treatment services -Therapy -Care management -Professional training and community education -Outreach and engagement -Screening and assessment -Linkages to services and supports CT3 develops and maintains local capacity to implement trauma-informed practices and provide evidence-based, informed trauma treatment interventions. The goals of the program are: - Establish a community-based, culturally competent, quality, accessible program to provide and increase access to effective trauma focused treatment and services systems for children, adolescents, and their families who witness or experience traumatic events. -Develop a sound infrastructure and increase community capacity to implement trauma-informed services for the focus population. -Improve the health status and outcomes for young children – ages 2 to 9 years old, adolescents – ages 10 to 17 years old, and families as measured at intake, 6 months and discharge follow-up. -Develop and disseminate a thoroughly documented model with measurable objectives for statewide and national replication and adoption. 1-877-HOPE123 (1-877-467-3123)

Location:
902 W. Main St.
West Frankffort , IL 62896
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Centerstone of Indiana

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Indiana
Funding Period:
2020-2025

Our goal towards the national epidemic of children's trauma is to provide and increase access to effective trauma-focused treatment and services for children and adolescents and their families who experience traumatic events. We do this by providing outpatient evidence-based/informed trauma assessment (Assessment-based Treatment for Traumatized Children: Trauma Assessment Pathway). We also do this through providing individual and group treatment (TF-CBT, Bounce Back for Elementary School Aged Children, Coping Cat, Seeking Safety, Adolescents Coping With Depression, Sunshine Circles--Theraplay Group Modality). Finally, we do this through purposeful and close partnerships with local community stakeholders and local community systems of school corporations, juvenile justice, and our local Department of Social Services office. Through our meaningful work of addressing children's trauma, we are striving to improve health status and outcomes for children and adolescents, and their families. It is our hope that our children's trauma program is able to be thoroughly documented, in order to become a notable service model for replication/adoption. And by systematically addressing children's trauma in our local communities, through our children's trauma program/project, we believe we are truly honoring our Centerstone mission of "Providing Care That Changes People's Lives."

Location:
Richmond , IN
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Chaddock, Trauma Initiative of West Central Illinois

Organizational Affiliate - Illinois
Funding Period:
2008-2012

Located in Quincy, IL, Chaddock is an internationally recognized leader in the treatment of children suffering from the psychological, emotional, and spiritual effects of significant abuse, neglect and trauma. Chaddock's full range of preventative, educational and treatment services to children from birth to age 21 and their families include community-based services, a special education school, in-home intensive programs and residential treatment. In addition, Chaddock provides training and mental health consultation locally, nationally and internationally to educators, therapists and others who serve children and families. Founded in 1853, Chaddock has served children from 33 different states and one tribal nation. Licensed, accredited, and nationally respected, Chaddock was established as a ministry of the United Methodist Church and maintains a covenantal relationship with the UMC to this day. The Chaddock team includes 250 highly trained employees who serve thousands of children and families every year through foster care and a full range of preventative, educational, and treatment services. In 2019, Chaddock took a bold step to extend our mission reach by restructuring the agency into five separate corporations - collectively known as the Chaddock Family of Organizations. While each entity has its own unique mission statement, our efforts are grounded in a shared vision - a world where every person matters, relationships are valued and healing and change are possible - and shared values of Faith, Relationships, Responsibility, Learning, and Caring.

Location:
205 S. 24th Street
Quincy , IL 62301
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