Through the Expanding and Sustaining Franklin County’s Trauma-Informed System of Care Project, Franklin County will expand trauma-informed home and community-based modalities, including (1) comprehensive, school-based services and supports; (2) intensive in-home clinical services; and (3) crisis support services. The project will serve Franklin County youth throughout the full rural county, where the majority of the population is 82.7% white, 7.1% Native American, and 5.7% black; 26.9% of children live below the poverty level, and the county rate of indicated child abuse and neglect reports is the highest in New York State. Youth served will be aged 2-21 with SED, with a focus on youth in foster care and/or at risk of out-of-home placement. The total number of unduplicated youth to be served is 404 over the four-year period (137 in Year 1; 89 in Year 2; 89 in Year 3; and 89 in Year 4). Additionally, 4-8 project staff will be trained in Functional Family Therapy; 3 care coordinators will be trained in high-fidelity Wraparound; 25 parents will receive the Nurturing Parenting curriculum; and 20 SOC agency members and community partners will receive the non-violent Therapeutic Crisis Intervention train-the-trainer model, and will proceed to train an additional 500 SOC agency members and community partners, school staff, and parents. The goals of the project are to increase evidence-based, trauma-informed school and community-based services to improve youth behavioral functioning, reduce out-of-home care, accelerate permanency. Related to these goals, objectives are for 70% of youth to show improvement in behavioral health functioning; for 90% of youth to remain in their homes without requiring out-of-home placement; and for 75% of youth in foster care to achieve permanency.