Centering Pregnancy


The University Hospital (UH) Trauma Recovery Center is a 16-week program (which may be extended for those who need it) aimed at healing survivors’ injuries holistically by addressing them emotionally, physically, and socially.

Through targeted trauma-informed mental health services, we aim to support survivors in restoring the daily functioning that was disrupted by victimization. The goal is for survivors of trauma to successfully regain independence in all areas of their lives. Our program is staffed by Licensed Social Work Clinicians, Social Workers, and other supportive staff.

The program started accepting patients July of 2019.

Focus Areas

  • Providing services to victims who have experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, physical assault, vehicular assault, gang violence, human trafficking, hate crimes, and/or immigration-related violence, as well as family members of homicide victims.
  • Provide those services in order to help survivors of trauma successfully regain independence in all areas of their lives.



Services are provided by Licensed Social Workers and are aimed at fostering a supportive therapeutic relationship:


Eligibility Requirements

  • 12 years old or older


Meet the Team

Dr. Damali Campbell
Board Certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology & Addiction Medicine

Gladys Martinez
Social Worker

Alicia Gomez
Health Educator

Edna Dickson
Population Health Navigator


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