This is a collection of resources regarding structural racism and trauma. This list aims to give a broad overview and is not all-inclusive. We welcome suggestions; if you have any, please comment below! The titles below and the PDFs in Attachments are in alphabetical order. Resources that are hyperlinked in their titles are not added in the Attachments section. BSC Full Report Trauma Resilient Informed City Baltimore, 2016 : This is the full report of the work, data, lessons, and direct...
Dr. Flojaune Cofer and Ben Duncan , each from public health backgrounds that focus on health disparities, addressed ACEs in the context of health equity for their panel entitled ACEs, Race, and Health Equity: Understanding and Addressing the Role of Race and Racism in ACEs Exposure and Healing . Cofer and Duncan co-presented to a standing-room-only audience on day one of the 2018 ACEs Conference: Action to Access co-hosted by ACEs Connection and the Center for Youth Wellness in San Francisco...
Please contact @Cissy White (ACEs Connection Staff) if there are questions regarding these parent handouts. These two flyers ( Understanding ACEs and Parenting to Prevent & Heal ACEs ) can be downloaded, distributed, and used freely. One is brand new and the other is a revision. Both flyers were made with generous support from Family Hui, a Program of Lead for Tomorrow who has also translated both so that they are available in Dari and Spanish as well as English. Understanding ACEs This...
This is just the start of this list of research resources. If you have ACEs research that you think belong on this list, please provide that information in a comment.
We have organized this list according to the five foundations of ACEs science.
This is a collection of resources to build community resilience. If you know of any other reports you think should be added to the list, please leave the information in the comments section. ACEs Toolkit: Strengthening our Native Communities: How Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences Can Help , 2019 Description: " Native communities face many challenges. Too often the strengths of families are strained by these challenges, and finding effective ways to support our families can be...
The brain is continually changing in response to the environment. If the toxic stress stops and is replaced by practices that build resilience, the brain can slowly undo many of the stress-induced changes. The surveys and scales listed here are tools you can use to measure resilience.
The list is organized in alphabetical order by survey/scale name.
On October 15-17, the Center for Youth Wellness in collaboration with the ACEs Connection presented the 2018 ACEs Conference and Pediatric Symposium. The theme this year was, “Action to Access,” and communities from around the United States shared current research, programs, tools, and initiatives that use ACEs science to address childhood adversity and its impact. The Sonoma County Field Nursing team was selected to showcase their work to address ACEs with caregivers during home visits.
The resources listed in this blog focus on how to implement trauma-informed and resilience-building practices based on ACEs science.
These materials can be used by organizations, agencies, programs, and communities to better understand how to bring a trauma-informed lens to their work.
Resources are divided according to format type (guide/toolkit, presentations, videos, webinars) and organized alphabetically.
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