Trainings, activites, and other events hosted by the ReCAST grant are provided to support community resilience. No cost will be charged to participate.
ReCAST Mecklenburg approaches all activities with the strategic plan in mind. The intention is that this approach can ultimately achieve systems change – equity, re-imagined approaches, and new community investments – a vision where all have the opportunity to thrive.
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT IS CLEAR AND CONSISTENT
COMMUNITY VOICES ARE HEARD AND RESPECTED
BARRIERS TO SERVICES ARE REMOVED
OUTCOMES ARE NOT DETERMINED BY ZIP CODE
A COMMITMENT IS MADE TO COMMUNITY-LED ENGAGEMENT
COMMUNITIES CAN REIMAGINE THEIR OWN FUTURE
The Queen City is home to a variety of services and resources for youth and families. Visit the Connections page to discover organizations supporting resiliency in local communities.
Community Voices is a communications hub for those interested in learning and sharing with others in the community about topics like trauma and stress management, resiliency, and self-care. Click to read more and contribute your voice.
Learn about various initiatives supported by ReCAST Mecklenburg and how to get involved
Find a variety of resources related to trauma and stress management, resiliency, and self-care
Click for an overview of the ReCAST activities and accomplishments over the past few years
ReCAST Mecklenburg (Resiliency in Communities After Stress and Trauma) is a 5-year grant awarded to Mecklenburg County Public Health Department by the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). ReCAST facilitates community-based approaches that improve trauma informed care and resilience for systems, organizations and communities in the priority health area. The award is $5 million over the grant period. Trainings, activities, and other events hosted by the ReCAST grant are provided to support community resilience.
No costs will be charged to participants.
The purpose of this website is to serve as a communications resource; to support the community in promoting trauma-informed community responses grounded in healing and safety; and to evolve with community feedback.