Tagged With "Georgia"

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Re: Georgia ACEs Data Released

Great work to those that got this data collected and reported out. Congratulations, Georgia!!
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Re: Georgia ACEs Data Released

Thank you for your guidance and work on this.
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Georgia ACEs Data Released

Deborah Chosewood ·
We have data! In 2016, the Georgia Department of Public Health, with funding provided by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services' Prevention and Community Support Section, added the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) module to their annual Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance System (BRFSS). The preliminary summary of the results of that data collection have been released in the Georgia Data Summary report. An additional full-length report is still in development, but 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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Re: Georgia Health Students Plan Trauma Informed Care Training Day

Jennifer Hossler ·
Thanks for posting this, Alyssa! If (or when) you have the details for the training, it would be a great event to add to our community calendar. I will actually be attending this event and look forward to it!
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Georgia Health Students Plan Trauma Informed Care Training Day

Alyssa Levine ·
Home to the Center for Disease Control, Atlanta is a city full of great minds focused on all issues related to public health. Despite this, a group of students and faculty at neighboring health professional schools including Emory School of Medicine, Emory’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Georgia State University, Morehouse School of Medicine, Mercer University School of Medicine, and the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University, and found that education and awareness...
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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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