Long-Term Healing Model

Knowing first hand that families, especially children, have long-term needs in the wake of tragedy, our Long-Term Healing Model is designed to aid service providers delivering programs for populations impacted by terrorism, mass violence and traumatic loss.

A compilation of our lessons learned providing services to over 27,000 individuals impacted by the 9/11 tragedy, global terrorism, mass shootings and military losses, our Long-Term Healing Model serves as:

  1. A resource guide for implementation strategies
  2. A train-the-trainer curriculum for sharing lessons learned
  3. An online toolkit for creating community-based long-term healing
  4. Consulting-based guidance for replication and adaptation

The purpose of each training module below is to provide a framework for service providers/other organizations seeking to do this type of work. Please be mindful that what we are providing is experiential. The training modules are not a template, but rather a flexible approach to leverage and adapt to the specific needs of your population(s) and your existing organizational structure.

To get started, click on a module below.