This community trauma recovery project is a collaboration of several agencies and providers bringing resources and treatment to all who have been impacted by the Enoch/Haight Tragedy.
Treatment is available at no cost to participants thanks to generous donations. Please reach out - help is available!
If you believe you or your family may have been affected by the Haight tragedy, please consider utilizing the following screening forms and resources.
All evaluations completed are confidential and will be retrieved by a mental health professional on the community trauma recovery committee. After completion of the evaluation, you will receive an email response with information regarding your score and recommendations and/or resources available.
Please use this link to register for the next adult group protocol:
Please use this link to register for the next youth group protocol:
Please use this link to register for the next younger children group protocol:
Use the Impact of Events Scale Form above or at the website referenced in the video to help you know how much the event has impacted you and if treatment is needed.
Therapist Cindy Jones provides self-help grounding techniques to help get you through those tough moments when you are triggered.
Therapist Cindy Jones talks about BiTapp, a resource that is available to help calm the trauma-impacted brain and body.
In this video, Cindy Jones explains the basics of the trauma group protocol and what to expect.
Cindy Baldwin, a community member and close friend of the Haight family, shares her experiences with undergoing the group trauma protocols.
Struggling with a traumatic event? Check out this great video with helpful tips and coping strategies.
In this video Cindy Jones explains what EMDR is.
Use this helpful DBT skill to help regulate your body and emotions. TIPP stands for Temperature, Intense Exercise, Paced Breathing, and Paired Muscle Relaxation.
Use your body senses to regulate during a crisis.
Mindfulness helps you slow down, take a step back, and become aware of yourself and your surroundings.
Helping you embrace a difficult situation, so you are able to move forward more quickly.
Disaster Distress Helpline
Warning Signs and Risk Factors for Emotional Distress After a Disaster or Traumatic Event
Coping Tips for Traumatic Events and Disasters
General Mental Health Information (Brochures and Fact Sheets)
Trauma Screening Forms
Community Recovery Efforts are being coordinated by the agencies listed below.
100% of donations help treat individuals and families impacted by this tragedy.