Empowering families, schools & communities

ARE YOU 1 IN 1000?

[su_row][su_column size=”2/3″]The Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN) has been passionately and compassionately helping children impacted by trauma and their families since 1995. But, its not enough…we can’t reach every child and every family who needs our help.

Give Monthly

Please join our One in 1000 campaign. If 1000 people donate $20 a month, ATN’s entire budget — Parenting-Schools-Awareness — would be TOTALLY FUNDED. No gift is too small in this important work. It’s about consistent & persistent giving. Together we can help heal traumatized hearts!

ATN is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All donations to are tax-deductible. We operate entirely through the generosity of our donors and members. Thank you for helping us to continue this important work.

Prefer to donate by mail?

Send your check or money order (please indicate that it is a donation) to:

Attachment & Trauma Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 79181
North Dartmouth, MA 02747

Contact us with any questions.

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