We’re a community network of over 900 human service providers, healing arts practitioners, activists, students, parents, and survivors dedicated to street level resiliency and inclusive healing across America. We create trainings and networking opportunities for professionals and individuals who desire to learn about wholehearted, nervous system-informed practices, and integrate them into their communities. By using a variety of embodied practices that minimize the effects of compassion fatigue; our network helps to increase the capacity for professionals and survivors to show up for their clients, students, and families with wholehearted trauma-informed tools.
To integrate trauma-informed resources into communities while inviting humans to show up for social justice causes in a shame-resilient and wholehearted way.
Connect professionals serving communities with high instances of trauma to resources that can help them empower their clients and students to live resilient lives.
Create grass roots networking and training opportunities on timely related issues under the umbrella of trauma-informed care.
Provide workshops and opportunities to learn about the Healing Arts through a trauma aware lens: yoga, meditation, nutrition, energy medicine, etc.
Connect and empower survivors to feel safe within a community of human beings who have their back and are passionate about safe and nervous system-informed healing.
Resiliency x community
What We've Achieved
Created a network with over 900 members, including mental health professionals, teachers, students, holistic healers, yogi's, and individuals passionate about trauma-informed practices.
Hosted a screening of Paper Tigers in February 2016 and provided a follow up training on trauma-informed teaching and schools for the public.
Created Safe Spaces List: A list of places in St. Louis + United States deemed trauma-informed and created by human service providers and survivors.
Created a vetted list of trauma-informed human service providers and healing arts practitioners for survivors to access throughout America.
Created the Fit Abilities Yoga Program in Fall 2015, a trauma-informed adaptive yoga program for students. The program is still going strong and became funded by a north country school districts in 2017!
Collectively supporting the sustainability of the Fit Abilities Trauma Informed Yoga Program in Ferguson, MO through fundraisers and trauma-sensitive networking that supports the wellness of families and students in the program.
Hosted several public panel discussions on Trauma-Informed Care in support of networking and community building.
Generated workshops and training's for trauma-informed Healing Arts.
Successfully conducted a culturally responsive classroom workshop, including the facilitation of Candice Cox's renowned, KHAOS Training.
Hosted two annual Integrate Network conferences which both sold out.