Clallam Resilience Project

The Clallam Resilience Project is a consortium of over 50 organizations working together to foster resiliency for our residents, organizations, community, and systems. Using research from the NEAR* sciences, we provide opportunities to connect, learn, and educate on how and why to apply trauma sensitive care county wide.

*NEAR sciences are: Neuroscience, Epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Resiliency

October as Resilience Month 2024

Community partners are teaming up to imagine and offer events and activities focused on bringing people together to co-create a collective vision and month-long purpose: building knowledge, skills, connection, and resilience

The "Support Our Work & Click Here to Give" button above will take you to our fiscal sponsor, 

Olympic Peninsula YMCA's, giving webpage.

Please select your amount and occurrence.

Then, choose "Clallam Resilience Project" as your campaign.

We appreciate your support.  

Thank you!   

Thank you for the leadership and generous support of Resilience Month 2024 Sponsors!

Who We Are


To foster a resilient Clallam County: its residents, organizations, community and systems.


To build resilience through fostering trauma sensitive care and expanding the understanding of NEAR sciences for the benefit of everyone in Clallam County. 


EDUCATION: Expand knowledge and understanding of NEAR sciences across our County's individuals, families, and organizations

SKILL BUILDING & COLLABORATION: Foster trauma sensitive care among professional helpers, families, and other organizations with an emphasis on cross-sector system collaboration

CARE & WELLNESS: Promoting opportunities that impact the community wellness of and good continuum of care


Our Consortium is led by community members and cross sector stakeholders.  We are grateful and appreciative to our fiscal sponsor, Olympic Peninsula YMCA, for holding the container and enabling our work to progress. 

History and Purpose

View Clallam Resilience Project's History and Purpose as of 2020.  

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More than 50 different agencies formed and lead the Clallam Resilience Project. 


Contact to get more information on the project

 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA) offers the Four R’s as a helpful way to think about trauma informed care:

“A program, organization, or system that is trauma-informed
realizes the widespread impact of trauma and understands potential paths for recovery;
recognizes the signs and symptoms of trauma in clients, families, staff, and others involved with the system;
and responds by fully integrating knowledge about trauma into policies, procedures, and practices, and seeks to actively resist re-traumatization.”