In Pottstown…

connection matters,
belonging matters,
your story matters.

In Pottstown…

ACE’s matter.

In Pottstown…

we are committed to a culture of safety, understanding, and responsiveness to ACE’s for children, families, and our community.

Connection Matters

Sign up for a PTICC Community Partner Meeting!

  • Wednesday, January 29th, 2020
  • Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

Location: Brookside Country Club, 850 N Adams Street, Pottstown, PA 19464

Time: 9:00-11:00 AM

At these meetings we will:

  • Showcase achievements from some of our PTICC partners
  • Practice inter-agency collaboration on trauma-informed care
  • Establish connections across agencies and service sectors
  • Continue to build knowledge around ACEs and community impacts

Register by clicking HERE

Connection to family, friends, and community builds belonging.

Belonging allows us to put down roots and blossom while we build a bright future in a strong community.

Sharing our stories helps us connect to others as we develop healthy relationships and a network of support. When we encounter rough times these relationships help us deal with stress and begin the healing process.

Trauma, toxic stress, or Adverse Childhood Experiences/ACEs can interfere with brain development, managing emotions, and a sense of belonging and safety. If we ignore it, a child who experiences trauma develops into an adult who is more likely to suffer from heart disease, diabetes, become addicted to drugs or alcohol, have run-ins with the law, and continue the cycle with their own children. Positive relationships and connections can help children and adults cope with ACEs and thrive.

Together we can…

  • make Pottstown an even better place to form strong connections, experience belonging, put down roots and blossom.
  • recognize, respond to and reduce the struggles that kids and adults face every day. That’s what the Pottstown Trauma Informed Community Connection is all about! Join Us!

Interested in becoming Trauma Trained?

You will learn basic and in-depth information about trauma-informed practices that will have long-lasting benefits to other individuals and your organization. By becoming trauma-informed, your organization has the potential to create a safer physical and emotional environment for clients, families, and staff in your area. As an individual looking to become trauma-informed, benefits include being able to support those who have experienced trauma and reducing the possibility of re-traumatization.

The primary goals of this training are to:

  • increase understanding of trauma
  • create an awareness of the impact of trauma
  • develop trauma-informed responses
  • support resiliency and post-traumatic growth

Individuals and Community organizations are encouraged to request a training. To read more details about the modules or to request a training, please click the link Trauma Training request form