Professionals across a wide range of disciplines are increasingly aware of the significant role childhood trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) play as determinants of health and well-being for both children and adults.
Anyone who works with children and families – teachers, pediatricians, social workers, family therapists, judges, law enforcement, child advocates – sees the effects of trauma firsthand and can appreciate the need for reliable resources and interventions.
Our clinic and family support programs can improve outcomes for your agency’s child and parent clients with highly effective treatment for child traumatic stress and related concerns and with in-home services that prevent child maltreatment. We also offer an array of training and consultation services for any organization that wants to develop stronger trauma-informed practices or implement the evidence-based models CCFH uses.
Grounded in university partnerships, CCFH integrates academic excellence and community practice, bringing the rigor of evidence-based practice to direct services for families and to transforming systems of care.