Trauma-Informed Care in Action

What does trauma-informed care look like? In this section, learn how providers serving diverse populations in a range of delivery setting have successfully integrated trauma-informed care throughout their organizations. Lessons from these innovators can help others adopt trauma-informed practices for their patient populations.

Learn how organizations across the country are implementing trauma-informed care in different care settings:

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This New Jersey-based coalition is working to address trauma in the classroom and establishing a trauma-informed curriculum for pediatric residents with the goal of making Newark a “trauma-informed city.”
As part of its goal to cultivate a trauma-informed organizational culture, 11th Street is adopting an organization-wide mindfulness approach to improve care for patients and support staff wellness.
Montefiore is adopting principles of trauma-informed care and implementing universal screening for adverse childhood experiences throughout its 21-practice outpatient care network.
The San Francisco Department of Public Health is training all 9,000+ public health employees on the impact of trauma, and facilitating a department-wide trauma champions learning community.
The UCSF Women’s HIV Program is employing a holistic model of trauma-informed primary care to improve the physical and behavioral health outcomes of patients as well as the experience of providers.
Devoted to serving children and families in San Francisco’s Hunter’s Point neighborhood, CYW is a pioneer in the field of trauma-informed pediatrics through its work in screening for and addressing toxic stress in children.