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Trauma-informed Services

The Essential Pieces

Creating Safer Spaces is your one stop shop for developing survivor-centered, trauma-informed services. Whether you’re looking for sample policies or case file forms, tools for recentering your services in trauma-informed care, resources to foster holistic housing access, or tools to support data management and privacy, Creating Safer Spaces is a comprehensive resource package that aims to help you develop and innovate your programs!

What is a “changemaker?”


Changemaker [ cheynj-mey-ker ]

Noun – A changemaker is someone who is taking creative action to solve a social problem. This sounds deceptively simple, but a “changemaker” works collaboratively to develop a roadmap for transformation.

Center for Change

Implementing program growth can require extensive time and resources.
Our resource center was created to make this process not only attainable but easier.

Program Innovation

Expand your knowledge of survivor-centered policies, browse through advocacy tips sheets, and explore our best practices compendium.

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Survivor Housing

Explore housing options, study fundamentals and best practices, plus engage with the ReCentering Housing Training Series.

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Data & Funder Reporting

Better understand reporting requirements, ensure your data stays safe and secure, and take advantage of our database software support.

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Program Development

Build a survivor-centered intake & case file process, download sample forms and policies, and gain insight on emerging guidelines.

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Privacy, Confidentiality & Privilege

Learn about victim-advocate privilege law, distinguish the difference between privilege and confidentiality, and explore crucial advocate and survivor resources.

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