NCDVTMH conducted interviews with 45 programs identified by their peers as engaged in innovative trauma-informed work with survivors of violence and their families. 30 of the interviews were conducted with domestic and sexual violence (DSV) advocacy programs; 15 were completed with programs providing services for refugees and survivors of torture. The interviews gathered comprehensive information about how programs conceptualize trauma-informed and trauma-specific work. They included a focus on culturally specific approaches to trauma and healing, including collective approaches, community-based practices, and those that can be offered by advocates and trusted community members. The key themes that emerged from these interviews are summarized within this report.