ITTIC received a grant from the Health Foundation of Western and Central New York in order to provide a 10-week psychoeducational support group for pregnant women and new mothers with opioid addiction.
ITTIC has an on-going partnership with the Cheektowaga Central School District to provide training, consultation and coaching in Trauma-Informed Educational Practices.
ITTIC has partnered with the UB School of Social Work's Office of Continuing Education to develop several trauma-informed certificate programs, including an online Trauma-Informed Clinical Foundation Certificate Program and a Trauma-Informed Care & Counseling Certificate Program.
The DREAM Program embodies the core principles of trauma-informed care, as each relationship established through this program is built on a foundation of safety, trustworthiness, choice, collaboration and empowerment. Currently, DREAM volunteers serve individuals at the Mary Agnes Manor and Vive, Inc.
From January 2018-December 2020, ITTIC will be in partnership with the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda Union Free School District to create the first trauma-informed school district in Western New York.
From October 2019 through September 2020, ITTIC will be working with Neighborhood Legal Services to assist in their process of becoming more trauma-informed.
ITTIC has an on-going collaboration with West Hertel Academy (Buffalo Public Schools #94) to provide education, training and consultation.