One promising tool to help survivors address trauma symptoms and/or substance misuse is Seeking Safety, an evidence-based curriculum published in 2002. Since its original publication, Seeking Safety has been shown to be effective in reducing trauma symptoms and substance use in a variety of settings, including shelter and community-based advocacy, and with a variety of people, including domestic violence survivors. Effective in as few as 6 sessions, this curriculum has 24 topics from which survivors can choose. It has even been successfully used as a peer-led group! Hear more about one advocate's experience implementing Seeking Safety in California in this webinar recording.