THRIVE provides trainings, technical assistance, and consultation to state and local organizations as well as to community members with the goal of creating trauma-informed systems. A trauma-informed system is one that builds off of awareness and knowledge of trauma and creates systemic change by reviewing policies, procedures, settings, and practices ensuring that all trauma-informed principles are met in order to achieve system transformation that promotes growth and healing while preventing (re)traumatization for recipients and providers.
Youth M.O.V.E. Maine
Youth MOVE Maine is a regionally based statewide youth and young adult driven program dedicated to ensuring that all young people have a say in the decisions that impact their lives.
Youth Court is a system that allows young people who have violated the law to be held accountable by their peers. Trained youth community volunteers act as advocates and judges using the restorative justice framework to create an agreement for all.
Thrive in partnership with the Department of Corrections, Division of Juvenile Justice Services, created the Community Outreach Specialist (COS) position to support families with youth, between the ages 12-20, who are currently involved with the Juvenile Justice Services