The Greater Charlottesville
Trauma-Informed Community Network
Established 2016
There are no words to express the deep emotional impact of ongoing, lethal, and senseless acts of violence against Men, Women, and Children of Color.  We stand together not only to promote a trauma-informed system but also a unified and just community.
Led by Alicia Lenahan, President and CEO of Piedmont CASA, and Shannon Noe, Youth Counseling Program Manager at ReadyKids, The Greater Charlottesville Trauma-Informed Community Network was established in 2016. 
Since then, more than 300 individuals representing 70 organizations have participated in our meetings, seminars, workshops, and screenings. Together, we can reduce trauma and build resiliency in our community.
To learn more about the Network and our community trainings and events, visit and click on the blue button that reads "Trauma-Informed Community Network", or click on the heart image above.
Because when we build strong children, we build a strong community.

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