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In the heart of rural communities, where close-knit bonds and shared experiences shape the fabric of daily life, the impact of trauma can be deeply felt. Whether it’s the aftermath of a natural disaster, the hidden wounds of domestic violence, or the cumulative weight of economic hardship, trauma leaves a mark on individuals and their communities. At the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center, we understand the urgent need to address the effects of trauma and build resilience from within. By providing free community resiliency training, GRHIC is helping rural communities heal, thrive, and stand strong in the face of adversity.

The Community Resiliency Model (CRM) is a training program designed to promote individual and community resiliency by teaching individuals how to manage the effects of stress, adversity, or trauma. CRM can help build community resilience, promoting growth, well-being, and positive change by providing individuals with the tools and skills to manage challenging situations. By emphasizing the importance of self-care, positive thinking, and social support, CRM can help individuals develop sustainable and adaptable resilience, ultimately contributing to a more resilient and healthy community.


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