Our mission is to provide trauma-informed care and resources to those affected by trauma, with a focus on empowering individuals to take charge of their own healing journey. We strive to create a safe, supportive environment that encourages self-exploration, self-expression, and self-actualization.
We envision a future where anyone affected by trauma can access the resources they need to begin their healing journey.
Parent Partners in Action
The Real Numbers of Trauma
It is estimated that approximately 68% of women and 57% of men with mental health problems are parents. Even more alarming, trauma can cause long-term physical and mental health problems, making it difficult for survivors to provide for their families and meet the needs of their children.
According to estimates, 90.6% of victims of trauma are maltreated by one or both parents. Trauma can have a long-term, negative impact on a person’s life, making it difficult for them to form healthy relationships, cope with stress, and manage their emotions.
According to a recent survey by the National Institute of Mental Health, 70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced some form of traumatic event at least once in their lives. That's 223.4 million people!
According to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 60 percent of American adults have experienced at least one ACE (adverse childhood experiences) as a child.
Parents Partner Project is dedicated to helping families heal from trauma and develop healthy coping skills. We provide support with trauma-based education and self-care activities that encourage individuals to take care of and love themselves.
Parents Partner Project is dedicated to raising awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Our mission is to view trauma through an ACEs lens, helping families to gain the tools and resources needed to prevent, heal, and end generational trauma.
We provide trauma-informed support for parents in difficult times. Our services help families learn how to create resilience in their lives and create a sense of possibility and hope for their future.
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"The only love that you should desperately search for, is the one that comes from you to you."