- Campaign Orientation PowerPoint
- COVID-19 Dear Colleague Letter
- CTAP Trauma FY21 Letter
- Sample Letter to Governor
The National Trauma Campaign relies on the engagement and voices of constituents.
Our mission is to educate members of Congress on the science of trauma and resilience and engage congressional offices to support trauma-informed policies and provisions. You can help expand the reach of the Campaign by sharing information with your networks and encourage individuals and organizations to join. It’s free and all-volunteer led!
This document contains a summary of funding provisions included in the American Rescue Plan Act that may be used by states, local governments, as well as Indian tribes and territories to fund trauma-informed and resilience-building programs.
The global COVID-19 pandemic is a traumatic event. Every person in America, at every age, has experienced a disruption
to normal life as the crisis impacts them as individuals, their homelives, worklives, and their communities. This toolkit is designed to help you apply a trauma lens to enacted laws and policies and in the development of new laws and policies.
The Campaign’s first call to action is to grow the membership of the bipartisan House Trauma Informed Care Caucus (Caucus) by making the “ask” of every member of the U.S. House of Representatives to join. This toolkit is designed to make it easy for you to participate in this call to action.