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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.

Washington State University Child and Family Research Unit, CLEAR Trauma Center

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Washington
Funding Period:
2021-2026

The Child and Family Research Unit promotes health and wellness for underserved and at-risk populations through research, education, and outreach. Collaborative Learning for Educational Achievement and Resilience (CLEAR) partners with school systems to build and sustain trauma-informed practices in Education through staff professional development, coaching and support.

Location:
412 E. Spokane Falls blvd.
Spokane , WA 99202
Staff:

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network Multi Service Center

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Massachusetts
Funding Period:
2022-2027

Wayside Youth & Family Support Network's (Wayside) Navigating to Emotional Wellness (NEW) Project aims to build upon our extensive experience serving marginalized children, young adults, and their families with behavioral health conditions, child welfare involvement, and high-risk environments since 1977. The overall goal of this NCTSN Category III project is to improve access to and engagement in evidence-based trauma-focused prevention and treatment services to children and families living with trauma experiences. The primary populations of focus for the NEW Project are youth and young adults ages 6-22, and their families, residing in Watertown and Waltham, Massachusetts with a focus on those who most experience health disparities and represent racial/ethnic minorities (African American, Armenian, Haitian, Hispanic/Latino), are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ), or non-binary, immigrants, under-insured, and/or live in low-income neighborhoods.

Location:
127 North Beacon Street
Watertown , MA 02472
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WestCare Pacific Islands

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Guam
Funding Period:
2021-2026

Master's Level, License eligible to provide counseling services. 15+ years of providing care coordination, case management, and individual/group counseling to children and youth with emotional disabilities through outpatient and residential treatment.

Location:
222 Chalan Santo Papa Reflection Center Suite 202
Hagatna , GU 96910
Staff:

Westchester Jewish Community Services

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - New York
Funding Period:
2022-2027

Westchester Jewish Community Services (WJCS) offers 86 programs, including WJCS Trager Lemp Center for Treating Trauma and Promoting Resilience (TLC). TLC provides comprehensive outpatient, evidence-based treatment programs to help trauma survivors. TLC also offers community education and trainings to teach about and foster a trauma-informed system of care in schools and child-serving and mental health agencies throughout Westchester.

Location:
845 North Broadway
White Plains , NY 10603-2427
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Wisconsin State Department of Children and Families

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Wisconsin
Funding Period:
2017-2022

Led by the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families, the Trauma and Recovery Project Collaboration will increase the availability, accessibility and coordination of trauma-specific treatment in Milwaukee and Racine Counties for families in the child welfare system or that are at risk of entering the system. Together with the Institute for Child and Family Well-being (ICFW), Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin Community Services, and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UW-M), the project will significantly increase availability of effective mental health services in Milwaukee and Racine Counties by training mental health clinicians in three trauma-specific treatment approaches: Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child-Parent Psychotherapy, and Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. The project will also increase the availability of multidisciplinary professional training in trauma and mental health for CPS and non-CPS child-serving professionals. Additionally, in collaboration with the Office of Children’s Mental Health, the project will strengthen and coordinate multiple systems and agencies that support the provision of trauma-specific treatment services. This will be accomplished through increasing consumer participation in systems change efforts, increasing public exposure to mental health awareness message, and increasing agency partners’ readiness to integrate trauma-specific treatment into their policies and practices.

Location:
Madison , WI
Work:
(608) 422-6966

Wraparound Milwaukee

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Wisconsin
Funding Period:
2021-2026

Wraparound Milwaukee is a unique system of care for children with serious emotional, behavioral, and mental health needs and their families. It utilizes a WRAPAROUND philosophy and approach which focus on strength-based, individualized care. Wraparound Milwaukee was designed to reduce the use of institutional-based care such as residential treatment centers and inpatient psychiatric hospitals while providing more services in the community and in the child's home. In partnership with community agencies and combined with a unique organizational structure, Wraparound Milwaukee delivers a comprehensive and flexible array of services to youth and their families.

Location:
3141 s 53rd
Milwaukee , WI 53219
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YMCA of San Diego County

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - California
Funding Period:
2021-2026
Location:
San Diego , CA

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