The Regional Trauma Recover Centers (TRC) Pilot Program will award $5 million in state funds to operate TRC satellite offices in rural or underserved communities jointly run by local organizations in each community and an affiliated TRC in another location. TRCs primarily provide wrap-around mental health and social services for survivors of crime in California.
The Regional TRC Pilot Program grant opportunity is only available to the existing 18 TRCs in California who will partner with a local agencies in rural or underserved areas to provide services to victims of crime. CalVCB will award $2,500.000 each to two TRCs to provide satellite TRC services in Northern and Central California counties for a total of $5 million. The multidisciplinary team will be comprised of staff that includes at least one psychiatrist, one psychologist, one social worker, and additional staff. Grant activities include but are not limited to: providing outreach and services to crime victims who typically are unable to access traditional services and serve victims of a wide range of crimes; offering evidenced-based and evidence-informed mental health services and support services that include individual and group treatment, medication management, substance abuse treatment, case management, and assertive outreach; offering mental health services and case management that are coordinated through a single point of contact for the victim; ensuring no person is excluded from services solely on the basis of immigration status, or due to emotional or behavioral issues resulting from a crime; and utilizing established, evidenced-based, and evidence-informed practices in treatment. The model of service must be aligned with UCSF TRC Manual.
This opportunity is only available to the 18 existing CalVCB TRC grant recipients.
CalVCB will accept and award a total of two grants, one to an existing TRC to partner with local agencies in Northern California, and one to an existing TRC to partner with local agencies in Central California to establish satellite programs for disadvantaged or underserved communities in various counties within the geographic limitations.
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