Executive Director Stephanie Cinque and Board Certified  Music Therapist Jennifer Sokira have traveled and consulted with other communities that have been faced with a mass tragedy. They have been a valuable resource to the following communities thus far: 2015: Charleston, SC, 2016: Kalamazoo, Orlando, FL, 2017: Las Vegas, NV, 2018: Parkland, FL, and Santa Fe, TX.  RCN’s vision is to provide support for the development of a community-wide trauma-informed system of care plan to impacted communities.  In addition to providing consulting services to communities who have been impacted, RCN envisions that communities who have not been impacted would implement or become open to learning about this plan as a proactive approach.



Over the years, RCN has been instrumental in helping children, adults and families foster healthy relationships and adjust constructively to change during difficult times. Since opening our doors in 2013, we have created an approachable, community-based environment to help people connect with others and encourage the healing process. Below you fill find helpful resources. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

~ The RCN Team

Coping at Different Ages

Coping with Traumatic Events (Children and Families) 02.26.2018

Coping with Community Violence (SAMHSA)

Talking with Young Children about the Tree of Life Synagogue Tragedy