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San Luis Obispo County ACEs Connection (CA)

We are creating child and family well being through building resilience, increasing ACEs awareness, and strengthening San Luis Obispo County community connections.

October 2019

Enroll today for the December 5, 2019 SoCal Learning Community!

Welcome to the 2019 - 2020 SoCal Learning Community series! This 4-part series is designed to build leadership capacity to improve outcomes for children and families in the SoCal region. Re-visioning Prevention: Exploring Systems Innovation and Best Practices in the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect Join us for the second convening in December and participate in this innovative peer learning experience, hear from topic experts and connect with colleagues in the SoCal region. Date:...

Fewer people being involuntarily held thanks to SLO’s new mental health facility, data show

BY MATT FOUNTAIN OCTOBER 11, 2019 A $1.2 million facility that opened last year to stabilize people who are in the midst of a mental health crisis has had a big impact on alleviating strain on resources needed for more urgent cases, data released by the county shows. Namely, seeking help at the new facility means fewer people — nearly half — are requiring intensive treatment at the county’s in-demand psychiatric inpatient unit, which can only serve 16 people at a time. As part of San Luis...

Recognizing mental illness before making an arrest in SLO County

By TYLER PRATT • OCT 2, 2019 One-third of San Luis Obispo County jail inmates have mental illness, and half the jail population is either homeless or doesn’t have stable housing on the outside. That's according to county health experts, who said the numbers have held steady even as they work to improve jail healthcare . The county board of supervisors got an update on jail health care this week and discussed ways to keep some of the area’s most vulnerable from ending up behind bars. But not...

"Building Violence Free Schools & Communities " ONE DAY CONFERENCE!

Tulare County CAPC is proud to provide this ONE DAY conference on "Building Violence Free Schools & Communities" featuring 3 nationally know speakers with first hand experience and expertise in the field of violence prevention. Dr. Melissa Reeves (Columbine, CO shooting) Scarlett Lewis (Parent of a child lost in Sandy Hook shooting) and Clayton Douglas (former student who planned a shooting) will provide us with critical knowledge and skills in violence prevention. **** FLYER AND...

 
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