Virginia’s Trauma-Informed Community Networks (VA TICNs) are a multi-sector coalition of networks throughout the state focused on building resilience and preventing and mitigating the impact of trauma in their communities and creating a more trauma-informed and resilient culture in Virginia. VA TICNs work together with state partners to change practices, policies, and systems within their regions and at the state level. Greater Richmond SCAN convenes bi-monthly meetings of the VA TICNs, provides support and technical assistance to the 31 networks, and distributes a bi-weekly eNote with resources and events.
For more information, contact Charlotte Eure at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the image below to download a printable full list of TICNs in Virginia. You can also view this list on Google Sheets, which includes links for any network websites.
Below is an interactive map of the VA TICNs. You can zoom in and out to view where networks are located throughout the state. Click on each blue icon to learn more about the network.
Resources for TICNs
The Virginia HEALS Toolkit from VDSS includes to support community and state-level implementation of the Trauma-Informed Model of Service Delivery. Visit the website to access the toolkit and learn more!
Highlights from the VA TICNs
Building Resilient Communities Conference
The second annual Building Resilient Communities Conference was held virtually on May 4, 2023 during the fourth annual Resilience Week Virginia. The free conference was sponsored and hosted by Greater Richmond SCAN with the support of Virginia’s Trauma-Informed Community Networks (VA TICNs). View the full conference packet with keynote and workshop descriptions and speaker bios here!