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Trauma-Informed Community Development (TICD)

A pathway to public health infrastructure

Trauma-Informed Community Development

In partnership with the Neighborhood Resilience Project, Linfield University proudly introduces a new Trauma-Informed Community Development (TICD) training opportunity. Develop your skills as a trauma-informed neighborhood and community learner. By applying the TICD framework you can help revitalize trauma-affected areas by establishing and promoting resilient, healing and healthy communities.

The program at a glance


The second Wednesdays each month between June 8, 2022 and May 10, 2023.


Fully online



Books and materials included

Interested in learning more?

Sign up to receive updates and alerts on the new TICD training opportunity at Linfield.


Completing the TICD foundation places you on the pathway to:

  • Community health deputy
  • Trauma response training
  • Community analysis


Please contact Linfield's Online and Continuing Education program. We look forward to connecting with you!

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