Healthy and resilient kids, families, and communities are the foundation for a flourishing, vibrant region. We are dedicated to creating a trauma-informed Michigan and working together across sectors to share our efforts in building resilience and reducing toxic stress for Michigan children and families.
Spread the word , a group of us are meeting for coffee the 1st Wednesday of every month beginning March 2, 2016, at 7:30 am. We are calling ourselves "Resilience Coffee". Our plan is to talk about ACEs, building resilience, raising awareness, educating, and to enjoy a cup of coffee together. Interested? Send me message with your email address, and I will let you know our location as soon as it is finalized. The location we're finalizing is in Downtown Traverse City. ~ Cathy
I'd like to attend. So let me know. But I probably will not attend a lot. I am not even close to a morning person, unfortunately. On Fri, Feb 19, 2016 at 12:15 PM, ACEsConnection < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
A shift is happening in Northern Michigan. More people, community leaders, service leaders are using the language of ACEs and Resilience. This shift will meet with the greatest success as collaboration, common language, shared goals, and shared resources are leveraged to lead us toward building a more compassionate, informed community. A new Facebook community: Northern Michigan Regional Resilience Coalition is one of the efforts to join us together in all of our varied efforts to educate,...
We have formed a trauma task force in our community and are doing our best to pull it together. ACES Connection has been key in our start up. We will keep growing, learning and spreading what we learn.
Yep we had a meeting today. Cathy, you will have to let me know how the ACEs in children grant is going. We had a great meeting today in Tuscola so I am very much looking forward to continuing with working with you all in Traverse City. Hope the ACEs Children's grant writing is going good. Tina
Last month, I had the pleasure of attending the annual National Council for Behavioral Health Conference. I have been to my fair share of conferences but #NatCon19 was one of the best. First, I'm biased. It took place in my city, Nashville, TN . And the venue was the world renowned Opryland Hotel's Gaylord Convention Center . And, I love, love, love the Opryland Hotel ! As any seasoned conference goer, I had a strategy when it came to which sessions and events I wanted to attend. My game...
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