CCI is sharing the best of the best for achieving health equity through virtual care. We’ve synthesized 20+ years of experience to create this learning hub filled with great ideas you can start test…

This podcast is about strengthening the health and wellbeing of historically underinvested communities. Every episode offers new ideas and practical advice that you can apply today.

Understanding trauma and resilience in children and families begins with supporting the care team and staff. In this episode, primary care pediatrician Niyi Omotoso and licensed clinical social worker…

CCI’s Health Pilots podcast presents our next Resilient Beginnings feature, shining a light on the care team at Children’s Health Center (CHC) at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. CHC’s Kathr…

CCI’s Health Pilots podcast continues with our next feature from the Resilient Beginnings Network! We welcome pediatrician Dr. Sheshashree “Shesh” Seshadri and pediatric care coordinator Melissa Pered…

Discover how Community Medical Centers (CMC) in California’s Central Valley transformed healthcare over the past decade through trauma-informed practices. Partnering with the Resilient Beginnings Netw…

Nearly half of the health center employees polled reported that they had had difficulty serving patients who were deaf and hard of hearing. Interpreters and some innovative solutions made a big differ…

The trainings on trust, respect and dignity have been well-received by everyone at Marin Community Clinic, including the front desk.

The staff at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland knows that healing isn’t confined to the four walls of a clinic.

The New Beginnings Clinic at Santa Rosa Community Health specializes in treating pregnant and postpartum patients with complex needs, which range from poverty to a history of substance use.

Moral injury describes the challenge of simultaneously knowing what care patients need but being unable to provide it due to constraints beyond our control.¹

During this webinar, we delved into th…

A growing awareness around the impact of trauma on people’s health and wellbeing has underscored the need for trauma-informed and strengths-based approaches to working with patients and communities….

Racism is trauma. As such, we must acknowledge the role it plays in people’s lives and the impact it has on their health and well-being.
Racial equity is an essential component of trauma-informed c…

The Center for Care Innovations (CCI) recently gathered community health leaders to reflect on a key question: How might we imagine partnership work as a way to more deeply connect to one another?…

Marin Community Clinics has created a roadmap for accessing new funding and reimbursement streams and support services for resilience work.

The Children’s Health Center at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital works hard to elevate patient voices.

Dr. Zea Malawa’s work focuses on racism as a root cause of health care disparities.

Finding an internal champion for childhood trauma screening — a pediatric medical assistant — proved invaluable as Community Medical Centers rolled out its resilience program.

Watch these videos to find out more about the value of resilience and trauma-informed practices for you and your patients.

We were thrilled to be able to visit our partner Neighborhood Healthcare, which has spent decades working on equity and care integration.

Our webinar, Trauma and Resilience Informed Systems (TRIS) in Pediatric Primary Care, provided an overview of the principles of trauma- and resilience-informed systems and examples of how individuals,…

For LifeLong healthcare workers, the old adage of securing your own oxygen mask before assisting others is crucial, especially for those that want to support families who’ve experienced trauma.

Could one small change after a trauma-informed systems training really make a difference in a large healthcare system?

The goal of TRIS training is to help organizations shed toxic patterns and become healing workplaces — collaborative, reflective, equitable, and relationship-based.

A care team member who follows up with the families of children who screen positive for adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) has made a huge difference in their lives.

Meet the providers using a blend of virtual care and in-person visits to serve low-income patients in Maui, Denver, Los Angeles and California’s Orange County.