Building Resilience
The five Resilience Centers provide psycho-social care to the 60,000 residents living in the Gaza region, who have been suffering from daily existential threats since the year 2000. The centers are located in the city of Sderot and in the four regions located along the border with Gaza: Hof Ashkelon, Sdot Negev, Sha’ar Hanegev, and Eshkol.
ITC worldwide
In response to international disasters, the Israel Trauma Coalition sends delegations of trauma and emergency response experts to provide aid and support to local professionals and volunteers working in disaster areas around the world. In recent years the ITC has sent delegations to Toulouse, France, Japan, Haiti, the Philippines and several other countries.
Training Centers
The regional model provides a broad response to the need for the training of professionals and staff from various local authorities. Emergency and disaster. preparedness training centers focus on four training areas: disaster preparedness training for local authorities, training in the realm of clinical care, disaster preparedness within the education system, and community and business resilience.

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Welcome to our new website
The ITC welcomes you to our new website. We hope you find it useful and informative and please do not hesitate to contact us.
10/07/2012
Thank You
The ITC staff wishes to extend its gratitude to our friends and supporters worldwide for their on going assistance during the 50 days of operation protective edge
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Our Mission

The mission of the Israel Trauma Coalition (ITC) is to create a continuum of care in the trauma field, response and preparedness, by leveraging diverse resources to initiate, prioritize, and optimize services.

In the past 13 years  the ITC has proven its effectiveness in partnering with over 60 organizations including government ministries and Home Front Command to ensure a comprehensive view of the trauma field, timely delivery of needed services, resilience building at a personal, community and national level and influencing policy.