Improving lives, promoting hope

trauma is widespread & its impact is felt across society

Childhood trauma is linked to mental and physical health problems, homelessness, school and social exclusion, and addiction in adulthood. More than 7 in 10 adults had experienced at least one childhood traumatic event, or Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE). Over 3 in 10 people have experienced four or more of these events, and this can have a devastating effect on the life chances of the individual.  

Trauma needs to be more widely understood  

To improve the lives of the people they help, public and voluntary sector providers must know more about trauma, its impact, and the simple changes they could make to help those affected. Trauma informed care aims to acknowledge and understand the causes and effects of childhood trauma and to create environments and services that promote resilience and healing.  

Trauma Informed Care can help

Trauma Informed Care CIC is a UK social enterprise which provides training, consultancy and support services to organisations across the public and voluntary sectors to help them in this vital task.   


What we provide

Training and consultancy services for public and voluntary sector agencies in mental health, homelessness and education looking to become more trauma informed.

Who we work with

  • Mental health services
  • Homelessness services
  • Education

See who we work with.


About trauma informed care

What is trauma informed care?

Trauma informed care involves understanding and recognising the effects of trauma. Find out more about trauma informed care and trauma informed approaches to care.

Impact of trauma informed care

Those with four or more experiences of childhood trauma are 20 times more likely than others to be put in prison. Find out more about the impact of trauma.

Becoming trauma informed

Becoming more trauma informed means understanding the causes and effects of trauma, and using simple changes in approach and environment to help those affected. Find out more about becoming trauma informed.