Trauma-competent Care Collaboratives

As part of the TCC Initiative, six Regional TCC Collaboratives have been formed. The Regional Collaboratives will identify strengths, champions and areas of excellence as resources in TCC implementation identify gaps, weaknesses and barriers for implementation of TCC; develop a repository of expertise, knowledge, and shared resources which will assist in dissemination of information and support the implementation of TCC throughout state, assuring that TCC opportunities are available everywhere; train individuals to serve as local/regional/state faculty to assist in the dissemination of TCC; and, develop implementation strategies specific to specialty groups as indicated such as DD, children, older adults, AoD.


Southeast Region

Collaborative Members

Southeast Ohio Trauma Informed Care Collaborative (SETICC) is a diverse group of professionals and trauma survivors who work together to expand trauma informed care in the SE Ohio region.

Trauma is a very difficult experience that results in emotional, mental, and/or physical problems that usually lasts for a long time. Trauma is a unique and personal experience, which means people may experience the same event and react or respond to it differently.

Collaborative Meeting Minutes and Notes



Contact Us

For more information or to have your name added to the email meeting notices contact:

Jennifer Schwirian
Clinical Program Director
Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare(ABH)

Lori Brown
Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare(ABH)

Kim Mayne
Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities