Trauma Survivors Network - provided by ATS

Survive. Connect. Rebuild.

A Program of the ATS

Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center

For over a century, people have turned to Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center for healing and health. From water births to a Level Ⅰ Trauma Center, we offer innovative, coordinated care personalized for you. Our residency programs, first established in 1942, proudly train physicians in general surgery, orthopedic surgery, and medicine. We are honored to provide expert trauma care in the heart of Atlanta.

TSN Coordinator

303 Parkway Dr NE
Atlanta, Georgia, 30312


Community Resources

National Center for PTSD

A national resource for trauma survivors, which includes information about PTSD, resources such as the PTSD Coach Online, and videos from other survivors and professionals.

Cure Violence Atlanta

Cure Violence envisions a world without violence. Cure Violence is guided by a clear understanding that violence is a health issue, and that individuals and communities can change for the better, that community partners and strategic partnerships are keys to success and that rigorous, scientific, professional ways of working are essential for effectiveness. Cure Violence employs street and hospital level intervention techniques based on a public health approach. Cure Violence works by interrupting the transmission of retaliatory violence through mediation and conflict resolution techniques, facilitating behavior change by individuals identified as high-risk for committing violence through connections to resources and ongoing support, and organizing community members to change social norms towards a non-violent culture.


CHRIS 180 helps children, young adults, and families through mental health counseling at the CHRIS Counseling Center; group homes for abused and neglected children in foster care; adoption services; a Drop-In Center for homeless young adults; permanent supportive housing program for single and parenting youth, ages 17-24, who are homeless or have aged out of the foster care system; in-home programs; and re-entry programs that work to strengthen families. CHRIS 180’s holistic approach enables children, youth and families to change the direction of their lives and become self-sufficient, contributing adults despite challenging circumstances.

Brain Injury Association of Georgia

The Brain Injury Association of Georgia is comprised of survivors, family members, friends, and professionals who understand that the impact of a brain injury is on not only a survivor, but the family members and caregivers as well. We are committed to assisting the Georgia community of people with brain injury with available resources to help this difficult journey.

Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

We are dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by advancing innovative research and improving quality of life for individuals and families impacted by paralysis. We're here to help whenever you need support. Take advantage of our free resources. You can talk to our Information Specialists, connect with someone who understands through peer mentoring, find local resources, virtual support groups, and learn more about our Quality of Life grants.

Amputee Coalition

Today, almost 2 million Americans have experienced amputations or were born with limb difference. Another 28 million people in our country are at risk for amputation. The Amputee Coalition is the nation’s leading organization on limb loss, dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for amputees and their families, improving patient care and preventing limb loss. With the generous support of the public, we are helping amputees live well with limb loss, raising awareness about limb loss prevention and ensuring amputees have a voice in matters affecting their ability to live full, thriving lives.

Grady Trauma Project

The Grady Trauma Project is a group of investigators studying civilian trauma based at Grady Memorial Hospital and Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. The project focuses on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the clinical and physiological implications of trauma exposure.

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Grady Trauma Recovery Center

From a lot of research, we know that someone is at a high risk of being injured again after a traumatic event. We also know that all the factors that may have put you at risk of being injured today will still be there when you leave the hospital. And most things that put you at risk aren’t entirely in your control or easy to change. Services are for patients 18 years or older who are DeKalb/Fulton county residents and have experienced any of the following within the last three years: Burns Domestic Violence Firearm Violence Human Sex Trafficking Sexual Assault Physical Assault Stabbing

Mercy Care

Mercy Care offers comprehensive services that meet the majority of primary physical, mental health and wellness needs. Services are planned and delivered by a team that works together for your health. Everyone receives exceptional care, no matter your insurance or income status. On a daily basis, taking care of yourself is up to you, but we are here to help.

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