What We Do
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This project is partially funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships, opportunity number DHS-22-TTP-132-00-01
The ResilienceNet mobile app was designed to empower local, regional, and national terrorism prevention practitioners, relevant frontline responders and individuals seeking support by providing access to a holistic, one stop shop platform. ResilienceNet can start your connection to recovery and continuously provide you with resources to help you reach your full potential.
What does ResilienceNet Offer?
Pathways to Relief
ResilienceNet offers a comprehensive resource guide for local terrorism prevention, survivor services, and informational guides. This includes information on different modalities of therapy, resources by experience (including hate, trauma and community violence, emotional wellness, and loss), and a network of organizations nationwide offering programming for schools and the workplace.
Users can access firsthand accounts of how individuals have overcome experiences that include hate, trauma and community violence, mental health struggles, and loss.
From the documentary Healing from Hate: Battling for the Soul of a Nation,
(dir. Peter Hutchinson), which can be found here.
The ResilienceNet mobile app is the home of the McCain Institute’s Prevention Practitioners Network. This directory allows anyone seeking services to search for a licensed provider by their home location, insurance converage, available languages, and speciality, as well connect with organizations focused on preventing hate-based violence.
Strong relationships are key to successfully overcoming trauma-related injuries. The ResilienceNet app houses the One World Strong Network (OWSN), a private platform used to connect individuals and groups impacted by terrorist, extremist, and mass-casualty events. Unlike social media platforms, the OWSN has no data mining or profiling, and has built-in translation in 28 different languages. Groups include the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, Semper Fi & America’s Fund Network, and Ukraine Connection. If you don’t see a network you are interested in, you can email email@example.com to join or start a new group.
The ResilienceNet application also features extensive resources provided by our partner organizations, including We the Veterans, Semper Fi & America’s Fund, and Strong Cities Network.