Maryland ACEs Action

This group is for anyone who wishes to share information about and promote ACEs research awareness, trauma-informed/resilience-building practices, and to influence positive social change in Maryland.

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Article In The Atlantic: Being Black in America Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

Alexandra Podolny ·
In depth article focusing on people living in Baltimore: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/07/being-black-in-america-can-be-hazardous-to-your-health/561740/ "Many facets of Kiarra’s youth—the fact that her parents weren’t together, her father’s incarceration, the guns on the corners—are what researchers consider “adverse childhood experiences,” stressful events early in life that can cause health problems in adulthood. An abnormally large proportion of the children in...
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Re: Article In The Atlantic: Being Black in America Can Be Hazardous to Your Health

Ruby Parker ·
Thanks for sharing Alexandra! It's so important to discuss what is happening in our urban settings where many children have well beyond 4 ACEs.
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Maryland Essentials for Childhood Hosts Advocacy Day at the State Capital

Ruby Parker ·
Maryland Essentials for Childhood, a statewide initiative educating policy makers and communities on the science of ACEs, developing brains, and how we can build resilience for children, families and communities in Maryland, is poised to meet with Maryland elected officials this coming Thursday, ,February 7th, 9-1 pm. We will educate legislators on the science and policies that reduce or mitigate ACEs and other childhood trauma. Key policies being considered by the General Assembly are:...
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Understanding the Role Between ACEs and the Opioid Epidemic

Ruby Parker ·
Tuesday, June 19th, 1 p.m . Webinar: Adverse Childhood Experiences – A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic The North Central Regional Center for Rural Development (NCRCRD) will host a free webinar titled, "Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic" as part of the Rural Health and Safety Education Webinar Series. This webinar will review a landmark study featuring data showing a strong association between ACEs and our understanding of the opioid epidemic and other addictions.
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More MD Moves: Promoting resilience & Partnering with Pratt

Naketta Lowery ·
Resilience... an interesting word with many meanings for many people from many different walks of life. But that's the point... isn't it? In order to truly promote and support the resilience movement, we must ensure that everyone has a seat at the table. In that spirit, Enoch Pratt Library has officially joined the movement!! Libraries across Baltimore will be hosting Resilience film screenings and discussion panels for community members and stakeholders. This is a wonderful opportunity for...
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More Moves in MD: Promoting Resilience & Partnering with Pratt library

Naketta Lowery ·
Resilience... An interesting word with many meanings for many people from many different walks of life. But that's the point... isn't it? In order to truly promote & support the resilience movement we must ensure that everyone has a set at the table. Enoch Pratt library has officially joined the movement!! Libraries across Baltimore, MD, will be hosting screenings of Resilience and discussion panels for community members and stakeholders. This is a wonderful opportunity for us to come...
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Hot off the presses! CDC Preventing ACEs: Leveraging the Best Available Evidence

Jamie Shepard ·
Hot off the presses, here's the link to a publication released today by the CDC Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs):Leveraging the Best Available Evidence to help states and communities prioritize efforts to prevent ACEs. This resource features six strategies to prevent ACEs drawn from the CDC Technical Packages to Prevent Violence : Strengthen economic supports for families Promote social norms that protect against violence and adversity Ensure a strong start for children...
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Dr. Vincent Felitti speaks in Hagerstown, MD

Kerry Fair ·
On Monday, March 21, 2016, over 400 social workers, educators and more filled the gymnasium of Bester Elementary School in Hagerstown, MD, as leading trauma experts from across the nation linked findings from the ACE Study (Adverse Childhood Experiences) with staggering proof of health, social, and economic problems resulting later in life.
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Re: Dr. Vincent Felitti speaks in Hagerstown, MD

Brenda Yuen ·
I'm sorry I did not know Dr. Felitti was coming to Maryland! I'm so glad he was here -- we need that extra shot in the arm to get moving on ACEs!!!
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Re: Dr. Vincent Felitti speaks in Hagerstown, MD

Jonathan Willias ·
Brenda, or others, I would like to work with agencies and schools on the Eastern Shore to promote trauma informed classrooms. I work in a district that struggles with out-of-control youth but there seems to be little or no awareness of the impact of ACEs. Are there more experienced people here I could connect with? -Jonathan Williams, Easton
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Re: Dr. Vincent Felitti speaks in Hagerstown, MD

Brenda Yuen ·
Hi Jonathan, Yes, I do believe we have some other Maryland ACE Group members who have experience working with community on ACEs. I don't want to speak for them - hopefully they will see this and reply. Or you could write a column on what you hope to do and ask for input. I am in the last year of my graduate school program on Clinical Mental Health Counseling. It has my full attention right now! I have, from time to time, reached out to my own kids' public school system, MCPS in Montgomery...
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