Sayre, PA – On October 20, 2022, the Behavioral Health Alliance of Rural Pennsylvania (BHARP) and Community Care Behavioral Health Organization held a recognition ceremony in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, to celebrate CASA-Trinity’s trauma certification.  This follows CASA-Trinity’s participation in the North Central Trauma Informed Care Initiative and exemplary achievement in completing the program.

“Congratulations to CASA-Trinity on your re-designation as a trauma informed care center,” Debra Sharp, Deputy Administrator, Bradford County Human Services shared.  “We recognize the level of commitment that this requires of your agency and staff and would like to express our gratitude for your perseverance.  We are fortunate to have this evidence-based practice available in our local community.”

The providers involved in the program work to achieve expertise in trauma informed care, which involves trauma-specific treatment for individuals.  They also create a trauma informed care culture within their organization.  Additionally, one of their other goals is to successfully promote safety for staff and individuals within the program.

If you would like more information on BHARP or the North Central Trauma Informed Care Initiative, please contact Brenda Fry at

In this photo:

Left to Right:

Michele Magda, Assoc. Clinical Manager, Community Care Behavioral Health;  Sally Walker, CEO, BHARP;  Tatiana Zente, Clinical Operating Officer, CASA-Trinity, Inc.;  Daniel Kizale, Clinical Supervisor, CASA-Trinity, Inc.;  Debra Sharp, Deputy Administrator, Bradford County Human Services;  Samantha Rowan, Care Manager,  Community Care Behavioral Health