Trauma-Informed Community Initiative
of Western New York

. Administrative Home Partner Lead Agencies .
University of Buffalo School of Social Work - Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care
Care Management Coalition of Western New York, Inc.

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

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Thank you, Elaine Hammond
and all who attended
Grand Rounds speaker series #4

"Vicarious Trauma in Human Service Providers"

GrandRounds@wnytrauma.org

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ITTIC's Sue Green,
Chautauqua County Family Judge Judith Claire,
featured in "ACEs Too High!" article
 

ACEs Too High Screenshot

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Thank you,

Deborah Medakovich

Our September 4 Grand Rounds speaker

"Caring for the Chronically Ill"

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RSVP - Notices and updates
GrandRounds@wnytrauma.org

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

join@wnytrauma.org

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Thank you, Dr. Grimm and all participants in our Quarterly General Meeting
July 16, 2014

Dr. Grimm's power point (download)

Recommended ACE Study introductory videos
www.avahealth.org

New Yorker Article
"The Hot Spotters"

Free SAMHSA book
TIP 57

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Western New York
Trauma-Informed Care
Directory

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Greater Buffalo
Trauma-Informed System of Care
Community Plan

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"Introduction to
Trauma-Informed Care"
Power Point
Presentation

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Lead Agencies - Contacts

University of Buffalo School of Social Work

Susan A. Green, LCSW
Clinical Associate Professor
Co-Director Institute on Trauma and Trauma-Informed Care

sagreen@buffalo.edu

Care Management Coalition of Western New York, Inc.

Mark Robinson
Executive Director
and CEO

markr@cmcwny.org

 
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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.