Regional Coalition: Resilient Middle Georgia

Mission & Broad Goals

The Resilient Middle Georgia (RMG) Project aims to build a common language and understanding of adversity, trauma, and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) while also identifying and empowering community champions to join the trauma-informed care (TIC) movement.

A key aspect of this project is empowering change from within the community while building a common language between stakeholders. Resilient Middle Georgia has six key steps to build resilience:

  • Inform Communities about impact of ACEs: Understanding ACEs impact on the community’s health and well-being

  • Create a Network of Leaders: Identifying community barriers to resilience and developing partnerships for support

  • Provide Evidence-Based Trainings and Resources: Offering training opportunities to promote trauma-informed care (TIC) approaches

  • Build a Middle Georgia Coalition Group: Sharing resources and increasing momentum across community sectors (Education, Healthcare, Social Services, Law Enforcement, etc.)

  • Empower Change from Within: Through identifying community champions, building awareness, and targeting specific needs of TIC

  • Build a Common Language: Forming a robust network of resources to develop an inclusive language of resilience

Coalition Geographic Service Area:

Baldwin, Bibb, Crawford, Hancock, Houston, Jasper, Jones, Monroe, Peach, Pulaski, Putnam, Twiggs, Washington, Wilkinson

Ways To Connect

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Coalition Resource

Middle Georgia: Regional Child and Family Behavioral Health Resource Guide

Coalition Partners