The Trauma Healing Project was initiated ten years ago by a coalition of survivors, lay community members, professionals, students and researchers concerned about the negative impact of trauma on individual and community health. We believe that in order to improve the quality of life in our communities and to end violence and abuse, healing and recovery must be understood, promoted, and accessible.
The Trauma Healing Project Incorporated as a 501(c)3 in 2006.
Highlights & Accomplishments
- 2004 – 2005 – Trauma Healing Learning Collaborative
With support from LaneCare, a mix of community professionals and survivors studied together with national and regional experts to educate themselves and the wider community on trauma & healing.
- 2006 – The Trauma Healing Project Incorporated 501c(3).
- 2006 – Initiated Community Forum Series.
- 2007-2011 – Survivor Voices Research. Conducted Listening Project with Northwest Health Foundation and Center for Diseases Prevention and Control.
- 2009 – Established the Digital Storytelling Program.
- 2012 – Launched the Healing Arts Service Learning Program (SLP).
- 2012 – Launched Trauma Informed Health Care (TI-Care) Initiative.
- 2013 – Increased community donor base from 25 to 124 donors.