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Focusing on "Creating Nurturing Systems"

Jenny Cooper ·
In just six weeks, stakeholders from across North Carolina will get together to learn about system integration work with youth involved with child welfare. This is the third annual Benchmarks' Partnering for Excellence (PFE) Conference and this year, we have decided to really focus on "Creating Nurturing Systems". While the daily work of PFE can be hard and challenges us to think of new ways to meet the needs of the family, the annual conference offers us a way to celebrate our successes and...
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New CDC Resource: Preventing ACEs

Chinyere Nwamuo ·
CDC Toolkit: Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs): Leveraging the Best Available Evidence Access other technical packages for violence prevention at: https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/communicationresources/pub/technical-packages.html?deliveryName=USCDC_2023-DM9684
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Nurturing Communities Civic Dinners in Georgia Need You!

Deborah Chosewood ·
You’re invited to join communities across Georgia in a conversation exploring how safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments are essential to the healthy development of all children. April through June of 2018, over one hundred Civic Dinners will take place across Georgia with the aim of building a stronger social infrastructure among parents, families, and communities. The stories, ideas and feedback collected from these dinners will inform a statewide campaign led by the...
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Youth Suicide Prevention PSAs released in Georgia

Deborah Chosewood ·
So far this year, there have been 23 completed youth suicides in Georgia and countless more attempts. Please take a few minutes to watch the following videos on how you can help prevent even more injury and deaths. Taken from interviews with youth who have attempted suicide and their families, these videos shine a light on the needs of these young people. Then please share the video with any adult you know. It will take as many of us as possible, working together, to protect and support our...
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ARCHIVED WEBINAR | Working “Upstream” to Prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Chinyere Nwamuo ·
Children's Safety Network: Professionals in many fields are working to address the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), which have been shown to increase risk for a wide range of problems. One of these adverse experiences is child abuse and/or neglect, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates has been experienced by at least 1 in 7 US children in the past year. (1) If we work further “upstream,” we may prevent many traumatic events from occurring. In...
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Connections Matter Training: Preventing and Mitigating ACEs

Julia Neighbors ·
Every day connections are more important than we ever believed . Science tells us that relationships have the power to shape our brains. Relationships help us learn better, work better, parent better. When we experience tough times or traumatic experiences, they help us heal . With each connection, we develop a healthier stronger community. Connections Matter Georgia is an in-person training designed to engage community members in building caring connections to: • Improve resiliency, •...
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Re: Nurturing Communities Civic Dinners in Georgia Need You!

This is wonderful, Deborah. I would love to be included when you go to communities in the Atlantan area, especially Carrollton, Douglasville, Villa Rica, The Westside, Athens, Bowdon, Savannah, the Coast, and others where I could possibly be a help in serving, bringing ACEs literature, including community leaders I know, whatever. Thank you! Carey
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Re: Nurturing Communities Civic Dinners in Georgia Need You!

Deborah Chosewood ·
Even better - you should host a dinner!
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Re: Nurturing Communities Civic Dinners in Georgia Need You!

Let’s talk. I am from Carrollton and know there are people there whom I believe we could include. I need to find out the details! Let me know when you want to talk next week or the next! We can discuss who you all work with in the other places, too! Thanks! C.
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Re: Balancing-ACEs-with-HOPE.pdf

Deborah Chosewood ·
Dr. Robert Sege of Health Resources in Action presented to the National Alliance of Children's Trust and Prevention Funds in LIttle Rock about this publication. This gives a great message of hope and illustrates the importance of strengthening our families and promoting resiliency to mitigate the impact of ACEs.
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Baby courts: A proven approach to stop the multigenerational transmission of ACES in child welfare; new efforts to establish courts nationwide

The organization Zero To Three estimates that in the U.S., a child is taken into the child welfare system every six seconds. “Many of society’s most intractable problems can be traced back to childhood adversity. Being in the child welfare system increases the likelihood of more adversity and criminality. Baby court is a proven approach to healing the trauma of both child and parent, and breaking the cycle of maltreatment,” says Mimi Graham, Ed.D ., director of the Florida State University...
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