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Gov. Hutchinson proclaims Oct. 13 as ACEs Awareness and Action Day in Arkansas

 

First Lady Susan Hutchinson, who attended the recent First Spouses Trauma-Informed conference in Wisconsin, attended a photo op with Gov. Asa Hutchinson to commemorate the Adverse Childhood Experiences Awareness and Action Day proclamation for Oct. 13. (The proclamation is attached to this post.)

First row (from left): Rev. Belinda Price, Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church; Dr. Alan Mease, Arkansas Department of Health; First Lady Susan Hutchinson; Gov. Asa Hutchinson; Janie Ginocchio, Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care; Nicola Edge, Arkansas Association for Infant Mental Health; and Jamie Morrison Ward, Arkansas Association for Infant Mental Health.

Back row (from left): Dr. Chad Rodgers, Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care; Courtney CarlLee, Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church; Heather Schmiegelow, Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church; Ray Hanley, Daphne Gaulden and Melissa Masingill, all of the Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care. 

The Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care, the Arkansas Department of Health, the Arkansas Association for Infant Mental Health and Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church are all the presenting sponsors for the first Arkansas Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resilience Summit, scheduled for Oct. 13. The theme is Every Child Deserves a Champion.

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