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- Blue & White Ball
- An Evening for SCAN at Shagbark
- National Child Abuse Prevention Month
- Resilience Screenings
- Parent Resilience Conference
- More Fundraisers and Community Events
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Legal And Courts Committee
GRTICNs Legal and Courts Committee members released a handout to provide information about the committee, including information about some the committee’s accomplishments! Check it out!
Trauma Informed Health Systems Collaborative
In 2017, with consultation and guidance from Greater Richmond SCAN (Stop Child Abuse Now) and the Greater Richmond Trauma-Informed Community Network (GRTICN), an ongoing collaborative effort began to embed trauma-informed practices into the region’s health systems.
The Richmond Police Department’s Road to Resilience (RPD R2R)
The Richmond Police Department’s Road to Resilience (RPD R2R) Project is a prevention effort that is dedicated to educating and supporting law enforcement officers in Richmond, Virginia. RPD R2R is led by sworn officers, a civilian employee and a community partner from Greater Richmond SCAN.
Trauma-Informed Journey with a local Department of Social Services
Our Trauma-Informed journey began with the Henrico Department of Social Services (DSS) in the fall of 2012 when we approached their leadership with a proposal to partner with the Greater Richmond Trauma-Informed Community Network (TICN) to create a Trauma-Informed Child Welfare System. Learn more about this journey and its many accomplishments, including Henrico DSS forming a Trauma-Informed Leadership Team (TILT), developing a Trauma-Informed removal process, and beyond.
Additional resources and accomplishments from GRTICN below! (& more updates to come!)