Crisis & Trauma Resiliency Team Pilot Sites Chosen

May 30, 2019

We are pleased to announce that we have chosen our two 2019 Crisis & Trauma Resiliency Team Pilot Sites:

  • Nebraska Urban Indian Health Coalition, Inc.
  • Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Health and Human Services – Center for Behavioral Health


This collaborative technical assistance project is focused on helping communities create their own crisis and trauma resiliency teams.


What we’re offering:

• 6+ learning collaborative opportunities (video conferencing sessions) focusing on the following topics:

     • Identifying key stakeholders

     • Identifying traumas affecting community

     • Engaging local schools and districts

     • Cultural considerations

     • Community engagement opportunities

     • Utilization of media

• 2 face-to-face trainings

     • early November and follow-up in March


Tentative schedule:

     • Initial session in late May

     • Follow-up session in early August

     • 5 sessions from August through December

     • 2 face-to-face meetings – early November and follow-up in March


Entire process: May 2019 - December 2019 (subject to change)


More Information:

To watch the webinar, "The Path to Crisis Response and Recovery" - given by Dr. Jacque Gray, which gives an overview of our vision and specifics on the project, please use the link below:


To view the slides in PDF form, please use the link below:

10 APR 2019.pdf


To view the marketing flyer, please use the link below:

public://2019-05/Flyer for Trauma Resiliency Project.pdf




Please email: [email protected]


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