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WELCOME

Welcome to Triumph Over Trauma, where you can find trauma-informed community care resources provided by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors in partnership with Harper Hill Global.  

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About

ABOUT

Trauma comes in many forms and can have severe, long-lasting effects on individuals, families, and communities.

 

Triumph Over Trauma begins with a 7-week psychoeducational program that aids people on their journey to recovery.


Volunteer facilitators are trained and equipped to lead a group in a creative, faith-affirming way.

If you would like to join an online group, please sign up here.

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How Can We Help

HOW WE CAN HELP

Get equipped to nurture recovery, help trauma survivors thrive, and soar!

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Programs

PROGRAMS

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Triumph Over Trauma
Resources Package 

 

Download our free trauma-informed community care resources package with information, guides and resources to learn about trauma and to help share our program to local community members.

 

Our resources package includes:

  • Triumph Over Trauma 7-week program Curriculum

  • Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Native American
    Context Supplements

  • Guide to Inclusion

  • Facilitator Debrief Guide

  • Media Kit with video, social media graphics and sample posts

Triumph Over Trauma
Online Groups 

 

Learn about the effects of traumatizing experiences, how to recognize unhealthy triggers and how to choose healthy coping skills to improve the quality of your inner and outer life. Join our online 7-week facilitated Groups.

Triumph Over Trauma
Online Facilitator Trainings

 

Get equipped to lead the 7-week Triumph Over Trauma program and help trauma recovery in your community. Sign-up for our facilitator trainings (Now available in English and Spanish).

Text HOPE to +1-615-933-5387

for free daily text messages that inspire.

Or text HOPE to @HarperHill_bot

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SHARE THE JOURNEY

Trauma comes in many different forms. Identifying trauma, learning to deal with it,

heal from it, and moving forward can help you and those around you.