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Upcoming events
Online groups and training  

Learn how traumatic events affect the body, discover your personal trauma reminders, and find healthy ways to cope. Access online training and groups by registering for our upcoming events! They are led by facilitators who have been trained and care about your well-being.

Learn about our trainers' bio here.

TAMAR (Trauma, Addiction, Mental health, And Recovery) was developed by the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) to help trauma recovery in communitties. Learn more about their extensive library of resources.

Our Triumph Over Trauma Resoure program offers a 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.

Download our Triumph Over Trauma Resource Package here.

Open Online Group:  
Weekly Meetings

Start Date: Ongoing: Thursdays (6 pm - 7 pm CT)

We offer a weekly online Triumph Over Trauma group for our trainees and others who simply need community and support. 

Facilitator: Neelley Hicks, M.Div.

Read our trainers' Bio here.

TAMAR facilitator training:  
4.5 hour Online training 

2024 schedule is underway. Register to receive updates!

Online TAMAR facilitator training that equips you to lead a 7-week TAMAR group online or in person. 

TAMAR Facilitator training:  
 En Español 
entrenamiento en-linea 

Regístrese para seleccionar sus fechas de preferencia 

Online TAMAR facilitator training for Spanish-speaking facilitators. 

Entrenamiento en línea para facilitadores hispano-hablantes. 

TAMAR group:  
7-week Online group

Start Date: Sign up to select your preferred dates and times for upcoming Groups

We offer a 7-week online TAMAR group for our trainees and others who want to experience what it's like to be in a TAMAR group. Register to receive information for our next 2-hour weekly session.


Facilitator: Neelley Hicks, M.Div.

Read our trainers' Bio here.

Special Events

Town Hall Series: Cultivating a Culture of Connection through Community-Designed Initiatives 

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