California

Address: 

Child and Adolescent Services
University of California, San Francisco General Hospital
1001 Potrero Avenue, Unit 6B
San Francisco, CA  94110
 

Work: 
(415) 206-3278
Address: 

Hathaway-Sycamores
210 South DeLacey Avenue, Suite 110
Pasadena, CA  91105
 

Work: 
(818) 896-8366
Address: 
3167 Serena Avenue
Carpinteria, CA 93013
Work: 
(310) 923-5161
Description: 

Ashley Labistour was a former treatment coordinator specializing in child sexual abuse and PCIT at Children's Institute Inc. in Los Angeles for 11 years. She is a Train the Trainer for Trauma-Focused CBT, continuing to provide consultations and training for CII, while hoping to expand training opportunities to agencies north of Los Angeles (i.e., Ventura and Santa Barbara counties).

University of Southern California, Adolescent Trauma Training Center

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

The University of Southern California Adolescent Trauma Training Center (USC-ATTC) will train clinicians and disseminate information throughout the United States on the assessment and treatment of trauma effects—including substance abuse—in multitraumatized, socially marginalized adolescents who come in contact with mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, and juvenile justice systems. The intervention that USC-ATTC will disseminate is the recently developed, empirically validated Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma for Adolescents (ITCT-A). To further increase ITCT-A's focus on youth who are involved in significant alcohol or drug abuse, the center will consult with experts and will augment this treatment package with two additional components: mindfulness training and intervention in substance abuse. These new ITCT-A components will be expanded into more comprehensive, stand-alone treatment guides—Mindfulness Training for Traumatized Adolescents and Treating Substance Abuse Issues in Traumatized Adolescents—that can be used as supplements to treatment packages or in approaches other than ITCT-A. Additional products of this project will be posted on the USC-ATTC and NCTSN websites, and will be distributed in face-to-face and Web-based workshops for NCTSN and non-NCTSN individuals and groups.

Contact: 
John Briere
Phone: 
(323) 226-5697
Email: 

Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center, Military Families Achieving Recovery

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

Military Families Achieving Recovery (MFAR) will serve military children, youth, and families in the South Bay/Harbor region of Los Angeles County who face challenges such as deployment stressors, combat-related mental health problems, and poor access to services and consistent support. The project will develop and sustain a comprehensive suite of trauma-informed, community-based services that includes: 1) Outreach, Engagement, and Education; 2) Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS); and 3) Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT). During the grant period, MFAR will treat an expected 360 military children, youth, and families for trauma-exposure; and will provide 1,300 military families and community professionals with outreach and engagement to educate them on trauma and its sequelae.

Contact: 
Rebecca Gaba
Phone: 
(310) 751-5352

Catholic Charities of the East Bay, Restorative Trauma-Informed Practices for Teens

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

Restorative Trauma-lnformed Practices (TIPS) for Teens program will deliver Integrated Treatment for Complex Trauma for Adolescents (ITCT-A) to a population of adolescents aged 12–19, most of whom are either African American or Latino/Latina. The program expects to serve 320 teens during the grant period. Additionally, TIPS for Teens will: 1) increase access to trauma-informed treatment by providing education and professional development services to 42 school-based mental health service providers; and 2) provide information and outreach on trauma and trauma-informed responses to 670 parents, students, staff, and community-based organizations.

Contact: 
Cindy Hill-Ford
Phone: 
(510) 768-3112

Another Choice, Another Chance, Community Child Trauma Treatment Center

Funding Period: 
[2012 - 2016]
Description: 

Another Choice, Another Chance will provide outpatient Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) to children and youth aged 3–18 from diverse ethnic backgrounds, who live at or below the poverty level, and who have been victims of sexual exploitation and abuse. The center will provide 12–20 sessions of individual, group, and/or family treatment services to 200 children/youth and their parents or other primary caregivers.

Contact: 
Sandi Snelgrove
Phone: 
(916) 361-2089
Address: 
Fielding Graduate University
12 West Constance Avenue, Unit 3
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Work: 
(805) 708-4323
Address: 
Hendricks Consulting
4032 Valeta Street, Suite 315
San Diego, CA 92110
Work: 
(619) 987-0613
Description: 

Alison Hendricks is a National Trainer on Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and the Child Welfare Trauma Training Toolkit, which she helped to revise. She worked for the Chadwick Center for Children and Families, a Category II site, most recently as Operations Manager of the Chadwick Trauma-Informed Systems Project. Alison now has her own consulting business, focusing on trauma training and consultation for a variety of professionals and systems.

Address: 

1418 Central Avenue, Apartment 24
Alameda, CA 94501

Work: 
(646) 644-7496
Description: 

Ruth Campbell was the program director for the International Institute of New Jersey's Cultural Adjustment and Trauma Services program.

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