Helping Holocaust survivors and all older adults with a history of trauma receive the care they need to thrive

The Center on Holocaust Survivor Care and Institute on Aging and Trauma (The Center) advances person-centered, trauma-informed (PCTI) care for Holocaust survivors, older adults with a history of trauma, and their family caregivers.
The PCTI approach infuses knowledge about trauma into organization programs, policies, and procedures to promote the safety and well-being of clients, visitors, staff, and volunteers.

So far, the Center on Holocaust Survivor Care and Institute on Aging and Trauma has:

  • Served

    46,738

    Holocaust Survivors

  • Trained

    21,714

    Professional Service Providers and Volunteers

  • Supported

    8,252

    Family Caregivers

  • Served

    14,250

    Older Adults with a History of Trauma

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