This might be for you as an organisation if you want to
  • offer trauma-informed, trauma-sensitive or trauma-integrative care
  • create an environment where people feel at home, safe, creative and understood
  • promote an environment where staff and clients value stability, change and transformation

Most importantly, people who use your service will benefit from your changes:
  • learning and expanding their window of tolerance
  • understand how addiction can be seen as a coping mechanisme
  • reducing stigma, low-self esteem, guilt, shame and despair
  • expand their sense of identity
  • learning about trauma, recovery and healing

Committed to:
Transforming addiction services into trauma-integrated healing communities.
Trauma-integrated training for professionals and organisations.