What is Trauma-Informed Care?

Becoming “trauma-informed” means recognizing that people often have many different types of trauma in their lives. People who have been traumatized need support and understanding from those around them. Often, trauma survivors can be re-traumatized by well-meaning caregivers and community service providers. The Ohio Trauma-Informed Care project seeks to educate our communities about the impact of trauma on clients, co-workers, friends, family, and even ourselves. Understanding the impact of trauma is an important first step in becoming a compassionate and supportive community.

Contact our TIC Facilitators for more information:

To learn more about Trauma-Informed Care in Warren County, please contact Laura Stanton (Family and Consumer Sciences) or Steve Brady (4-H Youth Development). Both are Certified Trauma-Informed Care Facilitators. They can work with you to deliver a training workshop that best suits your organization's needs.

Related links:

Mental Health Resource Guides:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Mental Health:


Rural and Farm Stress:

Somatic Awareness Resources and Recommendations (PDF)

If you or someone you know is struggling or needs support now, call or text 988 or visit 988lifeline.orgYou are not alone. #988Lifeline 

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