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Improving the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Scale

Former Member ·
Improving the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study Scale Posted by  Tina Marie Hahn, MD, FAAP  on July 26, 2014 at 3:08pm in  Untitled Category View Discussions Posted by  Tina Marie Hahn, MD, FAAP  on July 26, 2014 at 2:30pm...
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Re: How do you go about getting an ACE study for your State? We need one In Michigan!!!

Kathy Hentcy ·
By "ACEs Study," do you mean the full-blown type of study conducted by Drs. Felitti and Anda? Or do you mean collection of the ACEs data for your state? If it's the former, I don't know. If it's the latter, I can offer some suggestions. Your public health department would be lthe place to start. They conduct the yearly behavioral risk factor surveillance system surveys, and they would have to add the ACE module to their survey. Some helpful information on this: As you may know, the BRFSS is...
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Re: How do you go about getting an ACE study for your State? We need one In Michigan!!!

Dr. Hahn, Kathy Hentcy made some excellent suggestions. The CDC site on the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System lists these two contacts for Michigan (a good place to start): Coordinator: Chris Fussman, MPH Michigan Department of Community Health Community Public Health Agency 201 Townsend Street, P.O. Box 30195 Lansing, Michigan 48909 http://www.michigan.gov/brfs/ Phone: 517-335-8144 Fax: 517-335-9195 Project Director: Sarah Lyon-Callo, MA, MS Phone: 517-335-9315 Fax: 517-335-9790
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Re: How do you go about getting an ACE study for your State? We need one In Michigan!!!

Former Member ·
I just found out the Children's Trust Fund provided the Money and the ACE questions were added to the Behavioral Risk Survey in 2013. The CDC has to approve the data and then The Children's Trust Fund of Michigan and DHS Michigan will approve letting the data to the public. Thanks Every one. It sounds like in 1 or 2 months (maybe sooner we will have our state ACE data). Hooray!!!
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Re: Maryland State BRFSS Data

Jonathan Willias ·
Brenda, I admire your doggedness in pursuing this-you've been after basic data for years! I too would like ACEs info regarding Maryland. Here on the eastern shore we are finally having what I believe is our first, open to the public, training/presentation on trauma and ACEs: Sept. 13, 6-8pm, Easton, HS. 'Healing Neen' will be shown and 'Neen' will speak. For more info contact Talbot Co. DSS. Jonathan Williams
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Re: Indiana ACEs Groups

Jessica Crunkleton ·
Hello, My name is Jessica Crunkleton. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counselor Level II, & a Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist. In addition, I’m a Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Therapist with Franciscan Health in Crown Point & Lafayette, Indiana. I recently attended the ACE Master Training in Indianapolis along with several others. We will be presenting throughout the state in the coming...
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Re: Indiana ACEs Groups

Laura Pinhey ·
Hi, Jessica, Thanks for posting this here. If you haven't already, you might want to also post it to The Indiana ACEs Connection community here. Best, Laura
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