Grants Update

We are pleased to announce support we've received! 

  • In January 2017, the Two Rivers Health & Wellness Foundation awarded a grant to Treatment Trends which will support our "Restorative Parenting" group for residents of Keenan House and the Halfway Home of the Lehigh Valley.  Thank you Two Rivers!

 

  • In October of 2016, the Century Fund awarded a grant to Treatment Trends that will be used for physical improvements to the pavements in front of the building at 24 South Fifth Street, which houses the Halfway Home of the Lehigh Valley, the administration office of Treatment Trends, and hosts the bi-annual TTI Training Institute.  Thank you to the trustees of the Century Fund for this award!

 

  • In January 2016, Two Rivers Health and Wellness Foundation awarded a grant to Treatment Trends that will support the Parenting Institute. This intervention was designed by our staff to assist our clients to re-establish (or develop for the first time) a positive relationship with their children.

 

  • Treatment Trends received a grant in December, 2015 from an Anonymous funding source to support a part-time receptionist at Confront, our outpatient program. This additional staff support is necessary due to the increased number of people seeking an assessment to obtain treatment.

  • The Century Fund awarded Treatment Trends a grant in October 2015 to support workspace improvements at Confront, our outpatient program.

  • In the Spring of 2015, thanks to a grant from the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation, Treatment Trends was able to conduct two sessions of its Parenting Institute with clients currently in residential and outpatient treatment programs.

  • The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs provided a grant to Treatment Trends in June of 2014 to support veteran-specific treatment in our residential programs. This project will continue to December 2016.

  • In 2014, the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency awarded a grant to Treatment Trends. Our project “Building Capacity in Trauma-Informed Care” provided nationally-recognized trainers on trauma-informed organizational change and trauma-specific interventions. The training participants came from local agencies and organizations working with trauma-exposed populations in victim services, child welfare, criminal justice, mental health and addiction treatment. The project will wrap up in March, 2016.