Las Cumbres Community Services will expand its breadth and depth of trauma screening, assessment and treatment, and strengthen its comprehensive network of evidence-based, trauma-informed service providers through the Healing Early Adversity through Resilience and Treatment (HEART) program. Las Cumbres will provide direct trauma-focused services to approximately 1,200 individuals over the project's five-year course across six counties in northern New Mexico. Las Cumbres will provide integrated evidence-based, trauma-informed therapies to families with children ages prenatal to six, with treatment available to older siblings. Las Cumbres will also increase the availability of intensive case management services, as well as trauma screening, referral and care coordination within regional primary care clinics. Las Cumbres will support family resilience through: treatment engagement and retention strategies; the early identification of Adverse Childhood Experiences; improving parent-child relationships, safety and stability; resolving traumatic stress symptoms in children and their caregivers; decreasing parental stress and mental health concerns; and restoring normal developmental trajectories within children. Las Cumbres will improve the children's system of care through leadership efforts to: increase awareness of the impact of trauma and risk exposure; increase multi-disciplinary workforce specialization in trauma-informed infant and early childhood mental health practice; and increase client and community participation in system design, implementation, and advocacy.