The American Trauma Society, Pennsylvania Division (ATSPA) is a non-profit trauma prevention education organization dedicated to reducing the suffering, disability and death caused by trauma throughout the Commonwealth.
The organization is eager to accept new challenges and looks for opportunities to carry out its mission. Reducing the impact of trauma means making a positive difference in the lives of all Pennsylvanians.
The broken red tulip symbolizes the pain, suffering and lifestyle change caused by traumatic injury. It not only symbolizes the person/people directly devastated by trauma, but also their families, friends and others that care about them.
The goal of the ATSPA is to keep that tulip strong, straight and unaffected by trauma.
To see the work the ATSPA accomplishes in the Commonwealth each year, check out our 2018 Annual Report below:
To reduce trauma related suffering, disability and death through prevention education and outreach.