The Resilience for Appalachian Youth - Overcoming Trauma (RAPP) Project is a collaboration of three nonprofit comprehensive behavioral health centers (FMRS Health Systems, Inc., Southern Highlands Community Mental Health Center and Seneca Health Services) in West Virginia. The RAPP Project serves children/adolescents and families (including veterans) who experience multiple traumatic experiences in an 11 county area of southern West Virginia known for poverty, poor health, drug-addicted young parents and minimal access to services. RAPP is increasing awareness of childhood trauma and trauma-informed practices throughout the state and across agencies who provide children’s services; providing training in evidence based treatment (PCIT and TF-CBT), including web-based, on-site and virtual training, to therapists throughout southern West Virginia; increasing staff and evidence-based treatment to children/adolescents with identified trauma in each of the 3 partnering centers via center, school-based and expanded use of telehealth; and collaborating with community and state stakeholders in developing and promoting policies supporting the implementation of trauma-informed services and practices across the state of WV. RAPP is collaborating with consumers and community agency leaders and a strong Evaluation Team in implementing the project and maintaining long term sustainability. RAPP is improving the quality of life and resilience of WV children and families.