We Can’t Do It All Without You!
Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs is a disaster recovery organization, not a disaster response organization. We believe providing on-site education and assistance to clinicians and other human services personnel within a disaster impacted community can leave behind an enduring resource for local recovery efforts. We welcome, and actively solicit, support from foundations and corporations. But our most important partners remain individual donors, these LEADERS of Trauma Recovery/HAP:
Leave a legacy of hope
Empower clinicians in under-funded agencies with new treatment modalities
Assist clinicians to reverse emotional trauma
Disaster response and recovery services
Educate the community about trauma
Reach under-served communities worldwide
Support Trauma Recovery Network (TRN) chapters
Become a LEADER today and
- Empower clinicians in under-funded inner city agencies by teaching them new ways to treat abused women and children.
- Assist Gulf Coast clinicians to reverse the emotional damage left behind by Hurricane Katrina.
- Provide military and VA clinicians with effective tools to treat combat PTSD and support the families of service men and women.
- Offer on-site community mental health education and training to clinicians assisting in the recovery efforts after disasters such as Hurricane Sandy and tragedies like Sandy Hook in CT.
- Help international disaster survivors, by helping children in post-tsunami Thailand feel safe near the ocean again or offering on-site training to therapists in Ethiopia, Mumbai and numerous other locations.
You can help in this work with a tax-deductible financial contribution in any amount:
By credit card, charged to VISA, Master Card, American Express, or Discover in U.S. dollars,
- On Line: to donate on our secure site, click here
- By mail: send your check in U.S. dollars payable to EMDR HAP to:
Trauma Recovery, EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs
2911 Dixwell Avenue, Ste. 201
Hamden, CT 06518
If you have any questions regarding making a donation, please contact us. We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization.