HELPING PEOPLE GET BACK ON TRACK
A Massachusetts community where residents are highly aware of the importance of mental health and coping with traumatic experiences. We seek to promote prevention, a quality support network and low recidivism.
Who We Are
Transitional Remedies Solutions (TRS) is a psycho-social and transitional program assisting in the transitional experience of people leaving institutions, and helping to stabilize these individuals that have experienced incarceration or other forms of institutionalization. Further, TRS is designed to open lines of communication with a high risk and difficult to reach population that is undeserved and undervalued.
Who we work with
TRS is currently helping a of number people transitioning into their communities. Each of the these members has experienced some level of emotional trauma and or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Whether from the Department of Youth Services, prison, divorce the military, victims of violence or witnesses of violence, TRS helps individuals cope with the stresses of daily life.
Transitional Remedies Solutions (TRS) offers psychosocial groups for specific at risk and proven risk populations
dealing with the trauma. TRS is designed to use group dialogue as a tool to intervene in intergenerational
poverty, community violence and promote avenues for mental health and well-being in all populations that it
PEER SUPPORT GROUPS
Reinforcing our Commitment
Facilitate group discussions and create a trusted space for individuals to discuss concerns, fears, and other circumstances that impact their transitional experience.
Transitional Support Services
Offer direct services and referrals to smoothen transitional impacts on males and females that have been exposed to a critical incident or reoccurring circumstance that effects their mental and social well being.
PUBLIC SPEAKING EVENTS
At Trs, we are dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing this issue. Education is the first step to transitioning in any area of our lives.
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does"