The ICTC is a voluntary collaboration of organizations that are committed to applying a trauma lens to their efforts on behalf of families and children in the state.
WEBINAR: Led by Dr. Colleen Cicchetti, learn innovative, sustainable and evidence-based strategies that engage youth-serving organizations such as hospitals and clinics as well as schools and communities to address the impact of trauma and promote mental wellness.
The Joseph Palombo Center for Neuroscience and Psychoanalytic Social Work announces their 2019 Fall Conference: Order, Borders, and Disorders: Toward a Neuropsychodynamic Understanding of Personality Disorders
We are proud to partner with the Illinois Childhood Trauma Coalition, Chicago Department of Public Health, Communities United, Friends of the Children, Illinois Collaboration on Youth, National Louis University, Strengthening Chicago’s Youth, and the Trauma-Informed Congregations Network for this exciting training event to help build a trauma-informed city.
This one-day summit will bring together all sectors, as well as community members, to celebrate those working to make Chicago a trauma-informed city as well as offer an opportunity to connect, share, and provide input on a road-map to a resilient Chicago.
The inaugural Conversations Summit empowering young voices through interactive sessions for learning, dialogue, and activism.