support resiliency programs and access
The Trauma Resource Institute is a registered 501(c)(3) and all donations are 100% tax deductible.
We are often contacted by individuals and organizations seeking help for their communities in the aftermath of natural or man-made disasters. As a result, they are often struggling to cover the costs of recovery. By providing financial support to TRI, you are helping us provide relief and services to areas of the world that may otherwise be inaccessible.
Please make checks payable to “Trauma Resource Institute” and send to:
Trauma Resource Institute
427 North Yale Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
Larry Cohen Fund
Larry Cohen, friend and husband to our dear friend and Board President, Cynthia Costas Cohen, died on March 23, 2019, surrounded by his family. Please join us in sharing our gratitude for the life he lived by donating to this fund.
We are often contacted by certified CRM Teachers seeking financial support for projects they have developed to teach CRM skills to disenfranchised communities around the globe. TRI donates a portion of our income to help support some of these projects and we offer you the opportunity to support some of these projects as well.
Cross-Pollination For Resiliency
In 2017, Jo-ann Rosen (Certified CRM Teacher) offered CRM trainings to marginalized communities in Israel and the West Bank. It was so well-received, she plans to continue the work in 2019.
Sometimes, people are unable to attend our trainings for lack of funds. Other times, TRI is unable to offer trainings to parts of the world due to a number of factors, but instead could offer to have people from that community travel to a location where a training could be offered. By making a designated scholarship fund donation, you are spreading access to our trainings.
the melissa fox scholarship fund
Supporting individuals who desire to become CRM® Skills Teachers.
Spread the word
Help spread the word about the work we do. Whether through likes on Facebook or sharing a tweet, you can help more people know that we are available to help.
build the network
Partner with Us
All of our projects are generated from various sources, but we have found that it's important to be hosted by organizations that have networks already in place when we embark upon creating a project. We have partnered with many organizations and agencies in our efforts to build resilient communities throughout the world. Here are just a few:
If you represent an agency or institution interested in partnering with us, contact us for more information.