Take the movement to your neighborhood.
Pittsburgh may be our home, but the need for Trauma-informed Community Development doesn’t stop at our city limits.
If your community struggles with traumatic events – hunger, homelessness, violence, drugs, just to name a few – Trauma Informed Community Development is a framework that can bring a movement of hope and healing to your community.
After years of collaborative work in pioneering Trauma Informed Community Development, we celebrate the announcement of “Foundations of Trauma Informed Community Development”, an online course in partnership with Linfield University. This course has enabled us to put years of research, practice, learning and reflection into a format that enables profound understanding and impactful intervention in trauma affected communities. The course starts April 17th. To register for the Trauma Informed Community Development Framework Course, click here.
The Neighborhood Resilience Project has training cohorts from many neighborhoods already across the nation, including:
- Cleveland, OH
- Crawford County, PA
- Columbus, OH
- Denver, CO
- Indianapolis, IN
- Kansas City, MO
- Lancaster, PA
- New Britain, CT
- Petersburg, VA
- Pittsburgh, PA
- Richmond, VA
- Sarasota, FL
- Titusville, PA
- Wind River Indian Reservation
In bringing Trauma Informed Community Development to many different neighborhoods, we are also building a collaborative, which makes the movement stronger.
If you are interested in learning more about Trauma Informed Community Development and bringing the movement to your organization, neighborhood or city, we are interested in hearing from you. If you are interested in volunteering, partnership or training, we are interested in hearing from you.
Please complete this form, and our staff will be in touch with you.