When

Friday, August 5, 2022 at 12:30 PM EDT
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Sunday, August 7, 2022 at 1:00 PM EDT

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Where

Friday August 5th Provider Training
Stonehill College
Shields Science Center, Pettit Atrium 
Doors open at 12:30pm -
United Way 100th Anniversary Celebration & Refreshments
Training from 1:00 - 3:00pm

Saturday August 6th Keynote Event & Community Celebration
Stonehill College 
May School of Arts and Sciences
McCarthy Auditorium
124 Belmont Street, North Easton, MA 02357

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Doors open at 5pm, program begins at 6:00pm

Sunday August 7th Morning Service 
New Fellowship Christian Ministries
28 Warren Ave.Brockton, MA 02301
11:00am


 
 

Contacts

Registration Contact:
United Way of Greater Plymouth County 
Kim Scotland, kscotland@uwgpc.org
508-583-6306 

Michael Gilbert, gtemple05@yahoo.com
978-429-7832 

 

 

 

 

International Trauma-Informed Care Expert Coming to Brockton, MA!

Tonier Cain

"We're High on Recovery"

Tonier Cain, Trauma Survivor and Trauma-Informed Care Expert 

Join us for an uplifting multi-day event featuring international trauma-informed care expert and trauma survivor Tonier Cain visiting from Maryland! We will offer a provider training Friday afternoon, a Saturday evening celebration and keynote, and a Sunday morning service all featuring Tonier and her incredible story. 

**All events are offered at no cost, but registration is required.**

Please indicate which event(s) you plan to join in your registration.  

LIVE August 5th 6th & 7th, 2022

Friday August 5th

 Trauma-Informed Care Training
Stonehill College 
Shields Science Center, Pettit Atrium 
12:30pm United Way of Greater Plymouth County 100th Anniversary Celebration

Refreshments provided by Shaw’s, West Brockton

1:00pm - 3:00pm Provider Trauma-Informed Care Training with Tonier Cain 
(RICH Approach Respect, Information, Connection, Hope)

This training uses biblical principles to explain the six primary components of trauma informed practices. It shares the key principles, core assumptions and core elements of trauma-informed organizations and service providers. By the end of this training participants will be better equipped to help guide people towards healing and a healthy lifestyle. R.I.C.H. stands for:

  • Respect – learning the tone, body language and the responsibilities of respecting people.
  • Information/Individuality – develop a trauma informed practice to serve clients as individuals understanding the need to gather accurate information from them.
  • Connection – practice effective ways to connect with people.
  • Hope – develop effective ways to continue believing there’s hope, no matter what it looks like.
  • Suggested attendees include: primary care providers, educators, law enforcement agencies, social workers, nonprofits and more 


Saturday August 6th

Keynote & Evening Celebration
 Stonehill College
May School of Arts and Sciences McCarthy Auditorium

124 Belmont Street, North Easton, MA 02357

5:00pm Doors open
6:00pm Umbrella Project Community Gospel Music & Concert
6:30pm Tonier Cain International “Deliverance Tour” Keynote 

Sunday August 7th
Deliverance Tour Morning Service 11:00am

Featuring Special guest Tonier Cain
New Fellowship Christian Ministries
 Bishop John Bridges
28 Warren Ave.Brockton, MA 02301

 

FREE to Attend All Events- Advanced Registration Required!

Register Now! 

 

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