Trauma Survivors Network (TSN) at Wake Forest Baptist Health is a community for survivors and their families to connect and rebuild after a traumatic event in their lives. Joining this community of survivors can help ease anxiety and frustration often experienced following sudden injury and the resulting hospitalization. 

Benefits of joining TSN include: 

  • Connecting with others in similar situations and sharing your experiences
  • Learning about injuries and their treatment from trauma experts
  • Discovering how to meet the challenges of everyday life after injury
  • Giving hope and inspiration to others

By learning more and connecting with others, you can make a difference in how you feel and better manage your life after injury.  

Sign-up as a survivor or family member of a survivor to take advantage of the many resources the national and local organization have to offer. 

This support group provides support to survivors and their families by giving an opportunity to gain information and support from others who have been through trauma and are recovering. This is an open group forum to share experiences as a survivor no matter where you are in your journey. A supportive place where education and emotional support surrounding life due to a traumatic experience can be provided and attained.

Survivor group meets the last Wednesday of each month from 6 pm - 7:30 pm in the Hubbard Learning Center, Ground Floor Sticht Center.

Family group meets the last Wednesday of the month from 6 pm - 7:30 pm. This group is currently meeting virtually and in-person in Conference Room 1 of the 3rd Floor of the Sticht Center. Please contact Olivia Smith to obtain the login information if you would like to login virtually,

Trauma Survivors Day, May 2021

View photos from Wake Forest Baptist Health's celebrations on Trauma Survivors Day in May of 2021. 
Please note, this video does not have sound.