The Resiliency Collaborative partners with communities to increase capacity for resilience and hope through the development of tools, education, networks, resources, and support.

Located in Raleigh, North Carolina, TRC offers trainings and other services across the state of North Carolina. TRC teaches the Community Resiliency Model® (CRM) and other resiliency-informed practices to communities, organizations, and individuals who are interested in increasing resilience. 

Community Resiliency Model team working

method: community resiliency model

CRM is a groundbreaking wellness initiative that provides a non-judgmental perspective on normal human reactions to stress and trauma. The Trauma Resource Institute® in California created CRM, and the The Resiliency Collaborative was created to expand the public health model across North Carolina.

ACEs pyramid

research: ACEs

Research into Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) paints a picture of how early trauma can significantly affect short- and long-term health and can fundamentally damage the function and structure of children's developing brains. There is increasing evidence that resiliency practices help the body and brain heal from these traumas and protect against future damage.

Image credit: CDC


Bring CRM to your group

TRC maintains a list of expert speakers and can offer trainings in CRM and other resiliency techniques.