The Trauma and Recovery Project (TARP) is a 5-year SAMHSA-funded initiative that aims to increase the availability and accessibility of trauma-responsive treatments for children and families in southeastern Wisconsin by: (a) fortifying and coordinating systems of care, (b) increasing the pool of clinicians trained in evidence-based practices, and (c) increasing the number of children and caregivers that receive appropriate screening, assessment, and trauma-responsive services.
Through this project, Learning Collaboratives of professionals in Milwaukee and Racine counties are being trained in one of three evidence-based treatments:
- Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT)
- Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT)
- Child-parent psychotherapy (CPP)
The Trauma and Recovery Project has four goals:
- Strengthen systems of care needed to support and coordinate evidence-based, trauma-responsive services.
- Increase availability of training on evidence-based services.
- Increase access to evidence-based screening, assessment, and services.
- Improve child mental and behavioral health outcomes.
FundingSubstance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
Wisconsin Department of Children and Families
Wisconsin Office of Children’s Mental Health
Milwaukee Child Welfare Partnership