During 2018-2019, the Trauma Healing Project is proud to offer consulting and technical assistance services to organizations throughout Lane County who are implementing trauma-informed care efforts within their service systems. Current members of the Lane County Trauma-Informed System of Care (TISOC) Project include: Bethel School District, Direction Service, Inc., DHS District 5, Early Childhood CARES, Head Start of Lane County, and the Lane County Health and Human Services Department.
As a part of our ongoing consultation and technical assistance agreement with these organizations, we will be offering Trauma Healing Project trainings at reduced costs to all their staff, volunteers, board members, and other stakeholders. Stakeholders — or as we call them, “Champions” — in any of these organizations are welcome to register for training individually at the reduced price, and organizations may also register individuals or groups of staff. Groups of more than five are eligible for an additional 10% discount. Download a price sheet and description of TISOC Champion discounts
Having staff at all levels of the organization empowered with basic awareness and understanding of trauma, as well as job- and role-specific skills, is a foundational piece of an organizations move towards better serving the needs of individuals, families, and communities impacted by trauma and adversity. We are excited to partner with the compassionate and committed staff of these organizations to broaden and deepen the trauma-informed skill-sets across our community.