HOPE STREET, INC.
Trauma-Informed Care Coaching and Consultation
Trauma-Informed Care is not a program, it's a process. One built on trial and error and in relationships built on connection, felt-safety, and trust.
The basic concept behind trauma-informed practice asks clients not ‘ What is wrong with you?', but instead ‘ What happened to you?' Trauma-informed practice is meant to be not just an individualized, but also a systemic approach to addressing the needs of families.
TRAINING MODEL AND COACHING PRACTICES
A Child's True Self
TRUST-BASED RELATIONAL INTERVENTION®AN ATTACHMENT-BASED, TRAUMA-INFORMED INTERVENTION THAT IS DESIGNED TO MEET THE COMPLEX NEEDS OF VULNERABLE CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
HEALING IS A JOURNEY ... HOPE STREET PARTNERS WITH ORGANIZATIONS AND FAMILIES
Trauma-Informed Care Collaboratives
DEFINING A TRAUMA-INFORMED ORGANIZATION, PROGRAM, OR SYSTEM
4 R's of Trauma-Informed Care (SAMHSA, 2014)
Healing trauma is complex and happens overtime through attuned caregiving, safe environments, and community mental health supports.
Realizes the impact of trauma, including how it can emotionally, behaviorally, and physically affect children, families, staff, and volunteers, as well as the organizations that work with them.
Recognizes the signs of trauma and consistently incorporates trauma screening and assessment into all aspects of work, including interactions with children, families, staff, and volunteers.
Responds by applying the principles of a trauma-informed approach. Including:
Staff and volunteer training on trauma and trauma-informed practices.
Leadership that realizes the role of trauma in their staff and the children and families they serve.
Policies and practices that ensure three core pillars of trauma-informed care are addressed.
Locked in a cycle of power struggles and feeling like your losing hope and yourself?
We've been there...partner with a Hope Street team member to begin your journey back to hope and healing.
Hope Street Team members mentor caregivers on trauma-informed, attachment-based parenting strategies and develop innovative ways to implement them.
* Reduce triggers and fear-based responses
* Promote secure attachment
* Increase emotional regulation
* Minimize further traumatic experiences
In-Home Support & Coaching
Training Skills & Support Groups
Advocacy in Schools:
Teacher support, 504/IEP/Behavior Support
Individual & Family Counseling