Below please find listings of organizations trained or currently training in NMT and utilizing the model. You may also view a map of our NMT Trained Sites.
697 E. Broad St.
Columbus, OH 43215
The Buckeye Ranch is a private, non-profit provider that has been serving children and families in central Ohio and beyond for over 50 years. Initially a residential placement for 12 adolescent boys, their 90-bed residential facility currently provides treatment for both boys and girls up to age 18 in either secure Intensive Care or in the less-restrictive Open Campus. They also offer home and office-based therapies, day treatment alternative school programs, foster care, and child welfare. Additionally, they have specialized programming such as transitional living housing and services for youth who have aged out of the child welfare system, outreach and treatment for Somali families, equestrian therapy, and supervised visitation and exchange program. The Buckeye Ranch serves over 2800 children annually with sites in seven locations and foster homes in almost half of all Ohio counties.
Casey Family Programs
2001 8th Avenue, Suite 2700
Seattle, WA 98121
Casey Family Programs is the nation’s largest operating foundation focused entirely on foster care and improving the child welfare system. Their 2020 goal is to safely reduce the number of children in foster care and improve the lives of those who remain in care.
Center for Child Protection
8509 FM 969 Bldg. 2
Austin TX 78724
Charles Hall Youth Services
Children’s Home Society of Missouri
The Children’s Enhancement Project (CEP)
The Children’s Enhancement Project (CEP) is a major initiative of the Missouri Department of Mental Health and the eight Community Mental Health Centers of the Northwestern Region and is designed to allow children affected by serious mental, emotional or behavioral disorders to stay in their own communities while receiving mental health services. CEP’s mission is to support children and youth by enhancing the services and supports available, discussing and acting on issues affecting children, developing community partnerships, and promoting communication between child-serving organizations, families, and supports systems. CEP develops and implements services designed to allow children with serious mental illness to stay in their own communities, and where possible, in their own homes, while simultaneously improving the child’s well-being.
Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center
5351 Samuell Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75228
The mission of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) is to improve the lives of abused children in Dallas County and to provide national leadership on child abuse issues. DCAC coordinates the investigation and prosecution of the most severe cases of child abuse in our community. Last year, DCAC served more than 2,400 children (and their non-offending family members) who were sexually abused, severely physically abused, or who had witnessed a violent crime. DCAC provides a warm, child-friendly environment to help children who are referred by law enforcement or CPS. Our average client is a 9-10 year-old girl, sexually abused by someone she knows and trusts.
DCAC offers forensic interview services and listens to the child’s story in a non-leading, developmentally-appropriate manner while law enforcement and CPS observe in separate room. This reduces trauma for the child and creates the foundation for a much stronger court case. DCAC has expert child therapists who provide individual, group and family therapy via unique avenues such as: art therapy, play therapy, animal assisted therapy and music therapy free of charge. Clients are eligible to receive therapy services as long as necessary to enhance the potential for long term stability. DCAC is also known throughout the country as a leader in educating professionals about crimes against children. Each year, DCAC hosts the world’s largest professional training conference for federal, state and local law enforcement professionals, prosecutors, therapists and others who fight crimes against children and, in our new training facility, will begin similar year-round trainings for these professionals.
Dalwood Spilstead Centre
21 Dalwood Ave.
Seaforth, Sydney, NSW 2092
The Dalwood Spilstead Early Years Intervention and Support Service provides multidisciplinary health, education and support services for vulnerable families, who are in stress or experiencing difficulties in the care and parenting of their children under 9 years. An early intervention model of service delivery based on neuro-developmental research is utilized incorporating strengths-based, family centred and child focused services. The Spilstead Model attempts to provide a holistic and integrated approach to the needs of vulnerable families and children at risk with all services for both parents and children provided under the one service umbrella and from the one team. This enables maximum engagement with families and ensures optimal co-ordination and consistency of service delivery. The Dalwood Spilstead service combines parent support and home visiting with parent-child attachment interventions, while also providing home-based early childhood education, a therapeutic preschool program and intensive multi-disciplinary early intervention services for children.
7750 E. Broadway Blvd., Ste. A200
Tucson, AZ 85710
4505 E 47th St. S
Wichita, KS 67210
A program division of EmberHope, Youthville is a statewide behavioral healthcare organization operating a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility. Clients, both male and female, between the ages of 7-18 years are treated on the campus. There mission is Giving Children Back Their Childhood.
330 North Gore Ave
St. Louis, MO 63119
Great Circle serves children and families from Missouri, the Midwest and across America. Each year they impact the lives of more than 10,000 children with histories of abuse or neglect, emotional and behavioral disorders, and autism. Great Circle’s vast resources include accredited schools, residential care, educational services, therapeutic adventure programs, in-home counseling services, and campus-based 24-hour behavioral healthcare facilities.
Kibble Education and Care Centre
Paisley PA3 2LG
The Legal Aid Society
49 Thomas St.
New York, NY 10013
Mercy Home for Boys and Girls
1140 W. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60607
30 Airport Road
South Burlington, VT 05403
Northeastern Family Institute, VT is a non‐profit children’s mental health agency offering a statewide network of community based treatment and educational services to children and their families.
The Northwest Children’s Home
Lewiston, ID 83501
The Northwest Children’s Home (NCH) is a non-profit organization serving youth ages 5 through 18 and has been in service since 1908. NCH has five distinct programs over two campuses located in Lewiston, Idaho and Nampa, Idaho. NCH is currently working to enhance services in family systems engagement and in achieving positive treatment outcomes focused on healing youth in care through quality, trauma-informed practice.
15 Kanoa St.
Hilo, HI 96720
Pacific Quest is a non-traditional therapeutic wilderness program on the Big Island of Hawaii serving adolescents and young adults. Through Pacific Quest’s therapeutic program, students are immersed in a tropical garden setting with optimal nutrition, exercise and clinical support for an average of ten to twelve weeks. Using an integrative approach, Pacific Quest combines whole-person wellness, horticultural therapy, rites of passage, experiential learning, and evidence-based clinical practice to create lasting and meaningful change. Many teens and young adults come to Pacific Quest because traditional therapy methods have not been successful.
The Hague, Zuid-Holland 2552 KS
Palier is a public healthcare organization specializing in treating and rehabilitating patients with multiple or complex psychiatric problems, mostly within a judicial setting. They aim to improve the quality of life of their patients and where possible attempt to combine this with contributing to the safety and quality of the community. Palier offers a wide range of highly-specialized programs aimed to help patients find their way back to regular mental healthcare organizations.
Princess Margaret Hospital
Child Protection Unit, Therapy Service
Perth, Western Australia
The Child Protection Unit (CPU) is Western Australia’s only tertiary hospital based Child Protection Unit. It is a multi-disciplinary department consisting of a team of Paediatricians, Social Workers, Therapists and a Training and Education Co-Ordinator. Children and adolescents up to the age of 16 years and their families are referred to the unit following concern that the child has or may have experienced some form of child abuse. The Therapy team consists of five FTE Senior Clinical Social Workers and Clinical Psychologists, with a Psychiatrist and School Teacher attached to the team one session per week. The team works as a therapeutic team accepting referrals from the acute service once they have assessed that the child is safe physically and emotionally from abuse. Anyone can refer to the CPU. For a child to be accepted for therapy there has to be a commitment for the parents or carer to be involved. Sessions are free and continue for as long as therapeutically required.
Rutland City Public School District
6 Church Street
Rutland, VT 05701
Rutland City Public School District is a public school district in Central Vermont. The district serves approximately 2250 students from Early Essential Education (Preschool age) through Grade 12. The school district houses 3 multi-grade therapeutic classrooms that our accessible to other county wide school districts as a tuitioned special education placement. The Rutland City Public Schools provide a multi-tiered system of supports for all students’ learning and social emotional needs. Schools provide interventions that incorporate trauma informed and trauma sensitive care, positive behavior interventions, and instruction that is differentiated to ability level and that takes into account evidenced based effective practices and methodologies.
Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Psychological Trauma and Suicide Prevention of Southern Norway
4630 Kristiansand, Norway
RVTS South’s main task is to help traumatized people encounter trauma informed professionals in all parts of the support system. RVTS South will lead and coordinate a comprehensive implementation of the NMT and mapping tool.
San Mateo BHRS
2000 Alameda las Pulgas, Suite 200
San Mateo, CA 94403
This is a collaboration of organizations in San Mateo working with high risk children and their families.
PO Box 232, Beecroft
NSW 2119 Australia
SAL Consulting is a clinical practice that is focused on providing customised support to people and agencies within the health and community services sector, including organisations focusing on supporting children, and youth; clients with a disability; and persons with mental health support needs; and their families.
St. Peter – St. Joseph Children’s Home
919 Mission Road
San Antonio, TX 78210
St. Peter – St. Joseph Children’s Home, affectionately referred to as St. PJ’s, has been helping children and their families for more than a century. Originally founded as an ophanage by the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word in 1874, today St. PJ’s is an independently governed non-profit. Trauma informed care is provided to children from birth to age 17, who have suffered from abuse and/or neglect. St. PJ’s is licensed to provide emergency shelter, up t 90 days, for 59 children and to provide long-term residential care for a maximum of 84 children. Transitional living “apartments” are available for youth ages 15 – 17 who are preparing for adult living upon “aging out” of the child welfare system. Each year, St. PJ’s cares for hundreds of children with a priority of caring for sibling groups. St. PJ’s is licensed as a child placing agency for foster family care and adoption. St. PJ’s couseling program provides trauma assessment, counseling and other supports for residents, individuals and families in crisis. Victim services include assistance with basic needs and case coordination.
UMCH Family Services
1033 High St.
Worthington, OH 43085
UMCH Family Services provides help to families in need via their Adoption and Treatment Foster Care Services and their Family Mental Health and Post Adoption Services. UMCH is a ministry of the West Ohio Conference of the United Methodist Church, committed to providing faith-based children’s and family mental health treatment through a multidisciplinary approach that begins with a safe place, leading to a child’s emotional safe space. UMCH has been providing services to their community for over 100 years.
Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center
P. O. Box 160/73265 Confederated Way
Pendleton, OR 97801
Yellowhawk is located approximately ten miles from Pendleton, in rural eastern Oregon, and provides outpatient primary care, pharmacy care, pharmacy, dental, behavioral health and community health services to members of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and other eligible American Indians/Alaska Natives. Since 1996 Yellowhawk has been a Tribally governed facility. Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center provides services to address the mental health needs of children from birth through age 22 who are at risk of or are experiencing mental health challenges.