The Center for Trauma & Resilience (CTR) provides culturally and linguistically responsive services, health promotion, and crime prevention education. CTR serves all victims of crime regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin.
We provide services to those affected by crime and the resulting trauma, at no cost.
The Center for Trauma & Resilience provides an immediate response to a client’s call for help
All services are confidential and provided by counselors and supervised student interns
- 24-Hour Hotlines – Emotional support and emergency assistance
- Information and Referral – Link clients with community resources and provide crime prevention education
- Assistance with Emergency Services – Food, clothing, shelter, financial aid, crime scene cleanup, and other emergency needs
- Advocacy – Communication of needs to employers, landlords, service providers, the criminal justice system, and others
- Crisis Counseling and Case Management – Short-term individual and group sessions to explore recovery options
- Volunteer/Intern Program – Volunteers and interns receive 40 hours of training to assist clients
- Community Outreach and Education – Speakers available for presentations on crime prevention and compassion fatigue
*According to AWI’s Safe Havens Mapping Project, “… this listing either provide sheltering services for the companion animals of domestic violence victims, have a relationship with an entity that does, or provide referrals to such facilities.”