The following are links to state reports on Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) ACEs module data. Also included at the end of the list are links to the CDC 5-state study and a 10-state plus the District of Columbia study on ACEs and chronic disease. [If any of the links do not work for you, please try cutting and pasting them into your browser.] Also, please add a comment to this post if you know of any additional reports that are not included here.
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Children's Trust did a survey to map organizations that have integrated knowledge of ACEs into their programs, September 2015 (51 Pages)
Adverse Childhood Experiences Among Adult Floridians, 2010 BRFSS, 31 pages and Abstract, one page (attached)
(link to abstract as presented at a meeting of the Council of State Territorial Epidemiologists-CSTE in 2015)
Adverse Childhood Experiences Among Hawai‘i Adults: Findings from the 2010 Behavioral Risk Factor Survey, Hawai‘i Journal of Medicine & Public Health
Beyond ACEs: Building Hope & Resilience in Iowa (24 pages; Ex. Summary 4 pages)
Adverse Childhood Experiences in Iowa: A New Way of Understanding Lifelong Health, Findings from the 2012 BRFSS (20 Pages)
Kentucky Department for Public Health, Division of Maternal & Child Health, Data Brief, December 2016 (2 pages)
ACEs in Maine: Health and Behavioral Outcomes, a PDF poster, based on 2010 data (attached).
Also available is a PowerPoint presentation (81 slides). Also available in the attachments section.
A State Profile: Adverse Childhood Experience, Oklahoma KIDS Count Fact Book 2006-2007 (114 Pages – see pages 11-16 for ACEs text and individual county profiles)
Oklahoma Kids Count Fact Book 2010 (Executive Summary, Special Report: Children of Incarcerated Parents (11 pages)
Children’s Trust of South Carolina has produced a series of ten research briefs on adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Topics include the data collection process, an overview of ACEs, the prevalence of ACEs in various populations, and the relationship between ACEs and health and social outcomes. The Children’s Trust partnered with the SC Department of Health and Environmental Control to collect data on ACEs, utilizing the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) to collect ACEs data.
Adverse Childhood Experiences – Texas, 2001 (poster)
The Influence of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the Health of Wisconsin Citizens in Adulthood, 2015 — This report covers data from the 2011, 2012 and 2013 ACE modules added to the Wisconsin Behavioral Risk Factor Survey.
Also see the multi-state report by the CDC:
“Adverse Childhood Experiences Reported by Adults --- 5 States, 2009” by Bynum, L, Griffin, T, Riding, DL, Wynkoop, KS, Anda, RF, Edwards, VJ, Strine, TW, Liu, Y, McKnight-Eily, LR, and Croft, JB in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reort (MMWR), Dec. 17, 2010. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Childhood Adversity and Adult Chronic Disease: An Update from Ten States and the District of Columbia, 2010 by Leah K. Gilbert, Matthew Breiding, Melissa Merrick, William Thompson, Derek Ford, Stvinder Dhingra, Sharon Parks.
Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences from the 2011-2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System in 23 States, 2018 by Melissa T. Merrick, PhD; Derek C. Ford, PhD; Katie A. Ports, PhD; Angie S. Guinn, MPH.
Florida ACEs among Adult Floridians, 2010 BRFSS (Report and Abstract)
ACEs in Maine: Health and Behavioral Outcomes (poster)
Minnesota ACEs slides