Trauma-Informed Community Initiative
of Western New York

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It's not "What's wrong with you?"... It's "What happened to you?"

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Upcoming Events!

TICIWNY Quarterly General Meeting

September 23, 2015
3:30 - 5:00 pm
American Red Cross
768 Delaware Ave
Blood Center (back building)

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Grand Rounds Speaker Series #7

Ann Marie Tucker, JD
Polyvictimization: Implications for trauma-informed care

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October 8, 2015
8:30 – 10:00 am

Buffalo Psychiatric Center
Butler Rehabilitation Center Auditorium

Ann Marie Tucker, JD is the founding Executive Director of the Child Advocacy Center of Niagara at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center. She has been an educator and advocate in the field of child abuse and sexual violence for more than 30 years, playing a key role in the development of multidisciplinary teams, Child Advocacy Centers and Child Fatality Review Teams throughout Western New York. In addition, she founded the Niagara County Family Violence Intervention Project, a coalition that has addressed the co-occurrence of child abuse and domestic violence for 17 years. Ms. Tucker is an adjunct faculty member at the SUNY Buffalo Law School. She also served as Vice President for Foundation and Community Relations at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center and as a site reviewer for accreditation of child advocacy centers for the National Children’s Alliance.

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Save the Date!
Screening of PBS documentary "Wounded Places"
from the series
"The Raising of America"
Sponsored by TICIWNY

November 12, 2015
Evening (time TBD)
WNED Studios
40 Lower Terrace, Buffalo

Further information to be released as program is developed

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Western New York
Trauma-Informed Care

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Greater Buffalo
Trauma-Informed System of Care
Community Plan

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"Introduction to
Trauma-Informed Care"
Power Point

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Join us in making Western New York a Trauma-Informed Community
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Mission Statement

To lead and assist organizations, individuals, and communities through the mobilization of resources in education, prevention, and response to the multi-dimensional aspects of trauma as a root cause of our growing public health crisis.

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Vision Statement

Western New York, a trauma-informed community, is responsive to every individual affected by trauma through a network of multi-disciplinary, collaborative partners, creating a healthier and safer community.