CRI is pleased to announce Resilience Based Trainings to Address Trauma!
- Trauma-Informed Trainings: Moving to Resilience (3 Courses)
- Train the Trainer Course
- Community-wide Resilience Building Framework in Response to Trauma
- Customized Training, Support, and Coaching
Upcoming Training Events:
For complete training course descriptions and information visit our training offerings page…
If you are interested in attending the 2019 Beyond Paper Tigers Conference, a future mini-conference or a Trauma-Informed Training, please click here to join our conference and training email list. New training workshops will be announced soon!
Our community-building framework and 21 years’ experience in capacity building is the essence of what created the platform for Paper Tigers. From its beginning, CRI focused on creating a community conversant in ACEs and Resilience, aiming to embed these principles into action through its multiple partners, agencies, and organizations. This focus, shared leadership, learning and reflection on results led to state and national recognition, partly fueled by the power of the story told in the documentary Paper Tigers, which focused on one of the many sectors involved in the CRI movement. Contributors to CRI’s community-building efforts include the Juvenile Justice Center, Children’s Administration, Walla Walla Public Schools, Catholic Charities, The Health Center, Broetje Orchards, Vista Hermosa, Jubilee Leadership Academy, the Department of Community Health, the Chamber of Commerce, and emerging partnerships with area healthcare providers. Today, CRI focuses on institutionalizing its community learning through trainings, teaching tools and conferences.
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