Shortly before the fires of 2017, we launched a year long battery of courses in Trauma Informed Care. The result was capacity building throughout our region, with over 50 schools and 300 professionals trained in collaboration with the Sonoma County Office of Education, Sonoma County Department of Public Health, and more.
We have trained or provided consulting services to over 100 agencies throughout Northern California around TIC practices and disaster resiliency. These have included training efforts in response to the 2017 October Wild Fires. Agency who have received or are currently receiving training or consulting services include:
Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance
Sonoma County Office of Education
Sonoma County Office of Resiliency and Recovery
Boys and Girls Club of Sonoma Valley
Sonoma Valley Unified School District
Health Care Foundation Northern Sonoma County – Wildfire Mental Health Collaborative
California Parenting Institute
Social Advocated for Youth (SAY)
We have presented at a series of conferences around the country speaking to aspects of our work around self-healing communities in Sonoma Valley.
Early Childhood Mental Health Conference (Santa Rosa, CA, 2017)