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Despite a clear need for trauma informed care (TIC), it can be challenging to know what to do or where to start. This short video will provide an overview of the tools Trauma Informed Oregon (TIO) has created in order to guide implementation efforts. Specifically, we will talk about the TIC logic model, the Standards of Practice, the Road Map to TIC (below), and the TIC Screening Tool (below) and highlight the similarities and difference between the tools.

It’s helpful to know which tools to use for your particular needs as well as how they can be used in conjunction. Hopefully this video will provide some useful thinking and clarity around implementation. For additional information, refer to these previous blogs, Introducing the TIC Screening Tool: Adding Detail to Implementation, and Destination TIC: Using the TIO Road Map and Standards of Practice to Guide Implementation.

Overview of the Road Map to Trauma Informed Care

Programs, organizations, and systems that make a commitment to implementation will differ in many ways–from the service context, to the motivation for change, to hoped-for outcomes, and resources available. Nonetheless, in a developmental way, implementation moves through a number of common steps that we’ve tried to reflect in the Road Map below. The Trauma Informed Care Screening Tool (found below the Road Map) builds on the Road Map by delving into each phase and offering a series of developmental actions within each step. These tools go hand in hand.

To learn more about each phase of implementing trauma informed care hover your mouse over sections on the road and then click to navigate to pages that offer more information by providing examples of what the actions entail and potential ways to measure your progress. This information will align with the actions of the Trauma Informed Care Screening Tool.

Use the Screening Tool to Mark Your Progress

Is your organization in the process of implementing trauma informed care? Download our Trauma Informed Care Screening Tool and circle what steps or actions you’ve already completed. This will help you see what phase of trauma informed care you’re in and what areas to focus on.

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Resources for Organizations

Get the resources you need to support you in implementing trauma informed care. We’ve compiled a list of resources to help with the implementation of trauma informed care, organized by key aspects of the work.
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TIC Logic Model

Take a step back and get a sense of what implementing trauma informed care entails with our Logic Model. This visual graphic lays out what's needed to implement trauma informed care, what organizations need to do, and what some of the outcomes might be.
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Looking for the original Road Map? Download a PDF of the original Road Map as well as all the relevant considerations for each step. We also have the original Road Map available in Spanish as a PDF here.