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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.

SCAN, Inc.

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Texas
Funding Period:
2005-2009, 2009-2012, 2016-2021, 2021-2026

The Border Traumatic Stress Response Center is a program of Serving Children and Adults in Need (SCAN) in Laredo, TX. The Center provides individual counseling services to youth that have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event including sexual and physical abuse, traumatic grief, and exposure to family, community or school violence. The target population is trauma exposed youth ages 3 to 17 including children of military families, children involved in the child welfare system, children of caregivers with substance use disorders who receive outpatient trauma treatment, children receiving shelter services through SCAN's Emergency Youth Shelter, and adolescents ages 12 to 17 with co-occurring trauma and substance abuse that are involved in the juvenile justice and/or child welfare systems and are receiving residential substance abuse treatment at SCAN. The target population is composed almost entirely of first-generation Mexican Americans or Mexican immigrants who are bilingual or primarily Spanish speaking. The evidence-based interventions being implemented include TF-CBT and ICARE, with cultural modifications made to ensure that all services are culturally and linguistically relevant. The Center partners with community stakeholders representing local school districts, law enforcement, juvenile justice, behavioral health and substance abuse treatment, and child welfare.

Location:
1605 Saldana Ave
Laredo , TX 78041-6220
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Seasons Center for Behavioral Health

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

Seasons Center is a comprehensive Community Mental Health Center (CMHC) and Certified Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC) offering a broad range of psychiatric and behavioral health services (medication management, outpatient therapy, substance use treatment, crisis services, specialized trauma care, specialized family services, wraparound services, nursing support, school-based services, Assertive Community Treatment, Intensive Psychiatric Rehabilitation, education and outreach, and specialized services for foster, adoptive, and kinship families) to individuals, families, and communities in Northwest Iowa since 1959. Seasons Center serves 19 (rural) counties, and 1 (urban) county with offices in 11 of these counties across Northwest Iowa. Mission: Guiding Individuals and families toward a meaningful and fulfilling life. Values: Innovation, Impact, Influence. Through the SAMHSA NCTSI - Cat III funding, Seasons Center is working to enhance partnerships in rural Northwest Iowa with local child-serving agencies to increase access to specialized, trauma-informed, and evidence-based mental health services for foster, adoptive, and kinship children and their families. By walking alongside families to provide family-centered service to support and resolve the unique challenges families are facing.

Location:
201 E 11th Street
Spencer , IA 51301
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Society of Care

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

The Society of Care is a leading trauma resource for self-identified Native American youth and their families in Nebraska. We care for our relatives by providing accessible, affordable and culturally sensitive behavioral care. As passionate advocates, we give Native youth a voice, connect them to services, provide wellness education, instill cultural pride and empower them to build resilience. We believe in a brighter future for our relatives and are guided by caring deeply, transforming lives and healing communities.

Location:
215 Centennial Mall
Lincoln , NE 68508
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SPARC Foundation, Inc

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - North Carolina
Funding Period:
2021-2026
Location:
Asheville , NC

SSG-OTTP BRIGHT Program

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

Special Service for Groups - Occupational Therapy Training Program (SSG-OTTP) has been providing community based mental health services to youth and families in Los Angeles County since 1975. Evidence based practice models provided to address child trauma include PCIT, TFCBT, Loving Intervention for Family Enrichment, Youth Mental Health First Aid, and Seeking Safety. Under the SAMHSA grant called the BRIGHT Program (Build Resiliency, Inspire Growth, & Heal Trauma), staff will be providing trauma informed mental health groups utilizing the Seeking Safety model to help youth age 13-25 learn about the effects of trauma and substance use on mental well-being, and to learn and practice coping strategies. The goals are to help clients learn to decrease trauma responses and risk for future trauma exposure and to increase their ability to function as well as increase their overall life satisfaction. The multidisciplinary team includes an MFT, Occupational Therapist, Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist, and an Outreach Specialist of various backgrounds and lived experiences to ensure holistic, culturally sensitive, trauma informed services. The team will also be training professionals and parents in the community in Mental Health First Aid in order to increase awareness of risk factors of self-harm and suicide among youth so they may engage in prevention and intervention in their communities. SSG-OTTP was founded on the principals of Occupational Therapy which include the value of an individual's use of meaningful daily activities (occupations) to create an enjoyable life. The therapeutic approach to use the transformational power of occupation is one of the many qualities that makes OTTP so unique.

Location:
19401 S. Vermont Ave. Suite A200
Torrance , CA 90502
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Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone

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

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Centerstone offers high quality clinical care. The clinic specializes in targeted, evidenced based care for post 9/11 veterans, active duty military, Reservists, those serving in our National Guard and their family members. Military cultural competence is an essential component of our work. We serve the entire military family, including children and adolescents. We provide trauma treatment for military children and adolescents from birth to seventeen years old. We offer a range of evidenced based treatments including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child Parent Psychotherapy and Parent Child Interaction Therapy.

Location:
775 Weatherly Drive
Clarksville , TN 37043
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Sycamores

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

Since 1902, Sycamores has been committed to helping children, families, and adults have a better life. We provide help during some of the most challenging times in their life. With an unconditional, whatever-it-takes approach, we provide care and support to those we serve. We have a long-standing history providing trauma-informed, evidence-based practices and policies in the areas of child trauma, grief and loss, and child welfare. Sycamores was an early adopter of evidence-based practices among provider agencies in the Prevention and Early Intervention transformational initiative implemented across the state of California. We provide services across Los Angeles, spanning the San Fernando, San Gabriel, and Antelope Valleys, as well as in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. Serving nearly 16,000 Californians facing serious life challenges each year, we use our expertise, creativity, and dedication to help address each person's individual needs, while also providing tools to help them move forward to a better life.

Location:
100 W Walnut St, Ste 375
Pasadena , CA 91124
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Terry Reilly Health Services

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Idaho
Funding Period:
2023-2028

The Terry Reilly Child Traumatic Stress program operates within the Behavioral Health Division through the Trauma and Resilience Centers. These centers provide community-based outpatient counseling and treatment programs dedicated to addressing sexual abuse, trauma, and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), while also enhancing individual and family capacity for safety, stability, and healing. Terry Reilly began offering specialized trauma services in 1983 in response to the increasing awareness of the prevalence and severity of sexual abuse in the community. Today, Terry Reilly operates Idaho's largest outpatient counseling program dedicated to treating sexual abuse. Providers are state-licensed mental health professionals with master's degrees and specialized training in trauma and sexual abuse. They offer a variety of evidence-based clinical practices, including play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which has proven to be a powerful tool in recalling and relieving the deep trauma of abuse.

Location:
211 16th Ave N
Nampa , ID 83653
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The Center for Family Safety and Healing at Nationwide Children's Hospital

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Ohio
Funding Period:
2009-2012, 2021-2026

Dr. Cunningham and staff have significant experience implementing and evaluating child trauma treatment services within the context of a large metropolitan area and surrounding rural counties. Our current work is focused on expanding access to trauma services in our urban area and surrounding rural communities. We will be expanding our implementation of Child and Family Traumatic Stress Intervention (CFTSI) in our Child Advocacy Center, our pediatric emergency department and related trauma specialty units, and a partnering community organization, as well as expanding our Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) services with a particular focus on serving immigrant families on site at Ethiopian Tewahedo Social Services. We are excited to add Perinatal Child Parent Psychotherapy (P-CPP) and will be working with our home visitation services (Nurse Family Partnership and Healthy Families America) to align CPP and P-CPP for women who would benefit from integrated services for intergenerational trauma or intimate partner violence. We are also aiming to improve family engagement and satisfaction by providing integrated, family driven trauma services congruent with cultural and linguistic backgrounds and preferences. To that end we will be adding a care manager team to develop a utilization management system to help identify families who are experiencing barriers to care and to assist families to address social determinants of health. We will also be receiving consultation on reducing health inequities by addressing social and racial barriers to care and developing a Family Advisory Council. We will be developing learning communities for clinicians providing CPP and CFTSI and we are committed to working with our partners to support data collection and evaluation.

Location:
655 East Livingston Avenue
Columbus , OH 43215-7508
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The Center for Promoting Recovery & Resilience

Community Treatment and Services Centers - Category III - Kentucky
Funding Period:
2012-2016, 2016-2021, 2021-2026

We are a people-powered, relationship driven, evidence-based, and nationally networked center focused on creating organizations and communities equipped to help children and families heal from trauma. CPRR partners directly with local and regional mental health agencies across 17 counties in the Louisville, KY and Southern Indiana region to provide screening, assessment, and trauma-focused, evidence-based interventions for children and their families. Combined, the agencies offer the full spectrum of services for children with mental health needs, including crisis, inpatient, residential, outpatient, school-based, and home-based services. In addition to direct services, CPRR works with partner organizations and the community to offer awareness, education, training, and consultation to help individuals and organizations be more trauma-informed and trauma-responsive.

Location:
Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville
Louisville , KY 40292
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