Become a member

If you are interested in learning about and promoting trauma informed ways of working – and connecting with others who aspire for Plymouth to be a trauma informed city – then welcome, we are so glad you found us!

We would absolutely love to hear from you. The Trauma Informed Network is built beautifully on relationships and connections so please get in touch!

Shelley England and Nancy Hardwick
Network Coordinators
Supporting the Development of the Trauma Informed Plymouth Network  

Join our community and movement for change by becoming a member of the Trauma Informed Plymouth Network.

We have members from across the public, private, voluntary & community sectors. Our members are people who may have their own lived experience of adversity and trauma or who are living with, supporting or working with people with lived experience of trauma. All are simply curious to know more and to strive to promote trauma aware, trauma sensitive, trauma informed and trauma responsive ways of being in all that we do.

We have members from Plymouth and from across the Peninsula of Devon, Torbay and Cornwall. We have members from as far afield as Cork in Southern Ireland and the South East of England. All are welcome if you wish to join our movement for change.

Many of our members simply enjoy receiving updates and invites to all things trauma informed. Others take a more active role within the various ‘branches’ of the Network – get involved and share your ideas.

We encourage personal membership of our network, so please consider signing up with a personal email address – or – stay in touch by remembering to update your details if you change employment!

Become a member of the Trauma Informed Plymouth Network

The Trauma Informed Plymouth Network Community Interest Company (CIC) store your email address on a spreadsheet and we use Microsoft Teams to send you invites to events. We have admin support from within the Changing Futures program. Calendar invites are sent ‘open’ which means others can see your email address to aid networking. We try to discourage ‘reply all’ to save inboxes filling up but the occasional one slips through!