By The National Council for Behavioral Health, October 2019
The National Council for Behavioral Health is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 Trauma-informed, Resilience-oriented Approaches Learning Community. Since 2011, we have worked with behavioral health, social service and community organizations to implement trauma-informed, resilience-oriented
organizational change. This Learning Community will provide participating organizations, systems and communities with the tools and skills to address trauma and promote resilience.
All applications must be completed and submitted through the online application platform.
Learning Community Objectives
The National Council’s trauma-informed experts will help you develop and implement a complete trauma-informed and resilience-oriented plan to:
• Increase awareness of the impact of trauma, resilience-building strategies and trauma-informed
• Implement trauma-informed, resilience-oriented best practices suited to your organization.
• Embed understanding of trauma and resilience into intake, screening and assessment processes.
• Develop a trauma-informed and resilient workforce.
• Build resilience in your workforce through prevention of and response to secondary traumatic
stress and compassion fatigue.
• Increase consumer resilience, engagement and involvement.
• Create safe environments that avoid re-traumatization and promote resilience.
• Organize, collect, analyze and utilize data to sustain quality improvement.
• And more …