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Get Connected with BTCC


Looking to learn? At present, BTCC offers several core trainings that are available to organizations, groups, and community members by request; Primary Prevention, Trauma 101, Implicit Bias, Dominant Narrative, and Crafting Compelling Testimony. All trainings utilize a popular education approach, where participants engage each other and facilitators as co-learners to critically reflect on issues in their community, organization, and lives. For details, click here.

Quarterly Gatherings

BTCC Quarterly Gathering are a chance for the network to come together for shared learning, reflection, advocacy, & relationship building. Past gatherings have included trainings led by members, network feedback gathering, intentional community building across sectors, and more. We maintain flexibility with topics for these events so that they can be driven by members' current needs. For more info on upcoming gatherings, click here!

Next Quarterly Gathering: August 19th

Communities of Practice

BTCC currently hosts two Communities of Practice - the Implicit Bias Community of Practice, and the Primary Prevention Gathering. Both hold space for committed practitioners and community members to meet monthly, collaborate, and share space grounded in their respective topics. The Implicit Bias Community of Practice also serves as the connection space for BTCC Implicit Bias trainers. Interested in joining either Community of Practice? Contact

Monroe County Childhood

Conditions Summit (MC3)


The Annual Monroe County Childhood Conditions Summit, affectionately called MC3, is a partnership between Youth Services Bureau and BTCC. The Summit offers space for community members, youth workers, parents, and youth to explore both how their daily lives are impacted by community conditions, and how we can collaboratively influence the conditions surrounding us. Summits are generally held in October. For the most updated information on Summit planning, facilitating a session, or attending the Summit, click here.

Become A Member

BTCC members come from many sectors, lived experiences, and areas of expertise, all with a common goal - to build a thriving, compassionate community for all. 

Members collaborate to provide training, build relationships, and address the root causes of social problems in Monroe County. Becoming a member is as simple as sitting down and having a conversation with YSB's Prevention Coordinator or another Core Team member. To learn more or join, reach out to us at

BTCC Communications

Stay up to date on the most recent resources, event information, and network connections, by engaging with BTCC communications. Sign up for our monthly newsletter for deep dives and prevention prompts, or follow us on facebook or instagram for quick updates, good reads, and event information.

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