Table 1

Overview of services offered through Trauma Recovery Services

ServiceBrief description of servicePersonnel involvedProgram initiationSource
Educational materialsPatients are provided a copy of the TSN Handbook and/or instructions for TSN website access.Peer volunteer or TRS coach2013TSN (for TCCS)
TRS AppPatients are provided information about TRS App that includes information about injuries, hospitalization and recovery.Peer volunteer, TRS coach or research assistant2017Novel
CoachingLicensed counselor provides emotional support and other counseling as needed to patients and/or family members.TRS coach2013
Family classesHelp prepare family members to assume a caregiving role after discharge.TRS coach2013 (discontinued in 2015)TSN (for TCCS)
Support groupsAllowed patients and/or family members to engage in open discussion about their injuries and recovery.TRS coach2013TSN (for TCCS)
NextSteps classesSelf-management classes for patients after hospital discharge.TRS coach2013 (discontinued in 2015)TSN (for TCCS)
Peer mentorshipA trauma survivor who can share their story and offer support.Peer volunteers2013TSN (for TCCS)
Comfort bagsBags containing hygiene products, socks, blankets and other items donated by trauma survivors.Peer volunteers2014Novel
PTSD screeningPCL-5 administered at postdischarge clinic visits.Clinical providers2017Novel
VOCARPVictim advocacy, educational resources, and referral to internal or external resources for patients with violence-related activations.Social workers2017Novel
  • PCL-5, PTSD checklist for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Illness, Fifth Edition; PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder;TCCS, Trauma Collaborative Care Study; TRS, Trauma Recovery Services;TSN, Trauma Survivors Network; VOCARP, Victims of Crime Advocacy and Recovery Program.