The 10.27 Healing Partnership provides a therapeutic community whose activities and programs are self-directed, encouraging individuals to engage in ways that build hope and connectivity and ultimately foster well-being.
Whether you are seeking information to help yourself or trying to learn more to help someone else in need, we are a resource to help you no matter where you are in your healing process.
Coping is an act of courage, it means that we choose to face what is uncomfortable, sit with it, and try to find new ways of understanding or living. After a Mass Violence Incident we know that people will experience a wide variety of emotions and those come on no one timeline. We know that it is normal and we know that sometimes it is better to reach out and talk to someone and sometimes it is better to learn on your own and practice some skills. Please consider these resources below as opportunities to learn and practice:
The 10.27 Healing Partnership provides trainings and professional development opportunities to those who seek to support communities in need, following a traumatic event. The trainings are geared to bring together a community of professionals who are interested and passionate about doing this work.
Please check back in the future for our trainings and professional development opportunities or visit our Get Involved page for volunteer opportunities.
The 10.27 Healing Partnership does not discriminate against program participants and/ or beneficiaries on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity in its delivery of services.