If you're looking for practical strategies to build individual and community resilience in the face of traumatic experiences, the Black and Historical Trauma Healing (BAHTH) program is for you. Through our workshops, we'll provide you with the tools and resources necessary to care for yourself and others in an impactful way. Our team of experts has years of experience working with individuals, communities, and organizations who want to learn about how trauma affects different populations, and we're here to share that knowledge with you!
As a nonprofit organization, TCDC Corp. is dedicated to helping families in need by providing vital resources and services. Their programs include Senior Engagement Activities, Utility Assistance, Nutrition Assistance (WIC), and AHCCCS Enrollment/Renewal. Whether you or someone in your family is struggling to make ends meet, the Family First program can help.
The Family Preservation Project aims to provide strategies and training through evidence-based programs to model prevention and resistance skills for youth discouraging underage drinking and marijuana use. The Family Preservation Project also increases knowledge and skills related to TIC (trauma informed care) for professionals, faith partners and caregivers.
To enrich the quality of African American lives through community engagement and collaboration. To identify needs and develop prevention strategies that support healthy decision making for better lifestyle outcomes.
To increase the adult and youth perception of harm of African American youth substance misuse of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription drugs and identify the associated risk/protective factors. Increase awareness of suicide and available community mental health prevention and treatment services among African American individuals and families in Maricopa County
Tanner Community Development Corporation (TCDC) Title VI policy assures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and related statutes and regulations in all programs and activities. Title VI states that "no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, or be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination" under any TCDC sponsored program or activity. There is no distinction between the sources of funding.