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#1 Discharge Diagnosis in CA - Mental Health

Originally posted by Wendie Skala from Sacramento ACEs Connection Group - I will be looking at Yolo data and let you know what i find! (Gail Kennedy)   According to kidsdata.org, developed by Lucille Packard Hospital, the number one...
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10 Nature Activities to Help Get Your Family Through the Coronavirus Pandemic [childrenandnature.org]

By Richard Louv, Children & Nature Network, March 16, 2020 If the coronavirus spreads at the rate that experts believe it will, schools, workplaces and businesses will continue to close. Here’s a thread of silver lining. We’ll have more time for each other and nature. And, at least so far, nature’s always open. Getting outside — but at a safe distance from other people — can be one way to boost your family’s resilience. If you spend too much time indoors, “your vitamin D level goes...
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1st Yolo Conflict Resolution Center Open House!

Bonnie Berman ·
Please join us on Thursday, August 1st to learn more about YCRC and hear what we are doing in the community. You will enjoy delicious snacks and drinks in our courtyard from Savory Cafe. TIME: 4:00-6:00 pm LOCATION: 722B Main Street in Woodland (located behind Savory Cafe, parking located in Doggone Alley). Please see the attached flyer for more information.
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2 Webinars: Parent and Community Engagement & Prevent Sex Trafficking

Bonnie Berman ·
Strategies 2.0 is offering two workshops in the coming months. See the course descriptions below. For more information and to register, visit https://strategiesca.asentialms.com/catalog/ PARENT & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DYNAMICS Tuesday, May 7, 2019 Guest Speakers: Gregory Bourne, Executive Director, Lead4Tomorrow Lucy Roberts, Director, Family Hui This webinar will help family support professionals gain additional insights into the dynamics associated with parent engagement in their...
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2016 Talk+Play=Connect Child Abuse Prevention Month Campaign from YCCA

Natalie Audage ·
Yolo County Children’s Alliance is excited to share our expanded 2016 Talk+Play=Connect Toolkit for Families for Child Abuse Prevention Month. In addition to all of the information and ideas about talking, playing, and connecting that we disseminated last year, we have included new information and tip sheets on Times to Connect . The toolkit is available in English, Spanish, and Russian, and can be found at www.yolokids.org/forfamilies/ What information is in the expanded Toolkit for...
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2017 Art Workshop Series with Yolo CANVAS

Bonnie Berman ·
Yolo CANVAS is a program of Davis Community Meals. Dori Marshall, Vicki Plutchok and Marilyn Moyle will provide materials and ideas for new projects. TUESDAYS, 1-3 p.m. October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 & November 7 , 14 Cesar Chavez Plaza Community Room 1220 OLIVE DRIVE, DAVIS These classes are open to anyone in the community. Fees are $10 per class. * To register or for more information, call Marilyn Moyle at (530) 756-8475 or email marilynamoyle@gmail.com These classes are financed by the...
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2017 DJUSD Parent Engagement Night

Bonnie Berman ·
Tuesday, April 11, 6:00 - 8:00 pm Harper Jr. High MPR, Davis Join DJUSD parents, community and staff for the 2017 Parent Engagement Night. Explore a range of Socio-Emotional Learning topics: our children's sense of safety, their resilience and connection to others, their expanding awareness that they can grow, have fun and develop new skills. Come and learn together how we can support our children. For details on the specific topics to be covered and the list of presenters and to register...
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2018 "4CA" California Policymaker ACEs Education Day

The second annual 4CA Policymaker Education Day on May 22, brought together 75 community members across California to visit 81 legislators or their staff members and educate them about ACEs, trauma and resilience.
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2018 CALIFORNIA CHILDREN’ S REPORT CARD - Children Now

A review of kids’ well-being & roadmap for the future. The 2018 California Children’s Report Card grades the state on its ability to support better outcomes for kids, from birth to age 26, through early childhood to higher education systems. This year's grades range from an A on Health Insurance to a D in several areas including Academic Outcomes, Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention, and Youth Justice. Overall, the state’s grades show a disappointing lack of investment and progress in...
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2019/20 Prevention Resource Guide

Bonnie Berman ·
Download your free copy of the 2019/2020 Prevention Resource Guide today! Find strategies to strengthen families by promoting key protective factors that prevent child abuse and neglect. Use the guide year-round and share it with schools, after-school programs, community and sports centers, tutoring programs, and with anyone who works with children and youth. Here's what's inside: Examples of protective factors that strengthen families and prevent child maltreatment State examples of...
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2019 Child Development Conference: Building Resilient Children: Request for speakers and vendors

Bonnie Berman ·
The theme is "Building Resilient Children." This year will feature Keynote Speaker Julie Kurtz, LMFT. Ms. Kurtz is the Co-Director for Trauma Informed Practices for Early Childhood Education at the Center for Family & Child Studies at WestEd. WHAT : 2019 Child Development Conference WHEN : April 20, 2019 WHERE: UC Davis Activities and Recreation Center TIME : 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The conference is free to the community, and lunch is included. Registration details will follow. Attached...
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2nd Annual Building a Resilient Yolo

Bonnie Berman ·
In Partnerhsip with: Resilient Yolo, Yolo CASA , Yolo County Child Welfare Services, Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency, Yolo SELPA We will learn about the latest in relationship-based strategies for keeping youth engaged in school and throughout our community and how to increase our collective impact in creating and sustaining a positive school and community climate. Date: Monday, October 30th Location: Yolo County Office of Education, 1280 Santa Anita Ct., Ste. 120, Woodland, CA...
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2nd Annual Building a Resilient Yolo Summit

Bonnie Berman ·
In Partnerhsip with: Resilient Yolo, Yolo CASA , Yolo County Child Welfare Services, Yolo County Health and Human Services Agency, Yolo SELPA We will learn about the latest in relationship-based strategies for keeping youth engaged in school and throughout our community and how to increase our collective impact in creating and sustaining a positive school and community climate. Date: Monday, October 30th Location: Yolo County Office of Education, 1280 Santa Anita Ct., Ste. 120, Woodland, CA...
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3 WEBINARS: Supporting emotional, psychological, and physical health of children

Bonnie Berman ·
WEBINARS Supporting our children in the struggle against COVID-19 on 3/24 5:30-6:30pm PT on Tuesday, March 24 Please join Embrace Race for this webinar. We'll be joined by two special guests - clinical psychologist, Dr. Allison Bricoe-Smith, and developmental behavioral pediatrician, Dr. Adiaha Spinks-Franklin - for a conversation about how adults can support the emotional, psychological, and physical health of children in this shelter-in-place moment. As always, we'll leave lots of time for...
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3rd annual Building a Resilient Yolo conference October 30th!

Bonnie Berman ·
Don't miss this year's Building A Resilient Yolo summit. The summit will include discussions and learning opportunities about how to improve and restore the lives of children and families who have experienced adversity and trauma. DATE: October 30th TIME: 8:00am - 4:00pm LOCATION: Yolo County Office of Education Conference Center COST: $25 per person, lunch is included Tracy Fauver, a member of Resilient Yolo and executive Director of Yolo County CASA states, " We come together and take a...
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3rd Building a Resilient Yolo Summit on 10/30; "Be The One"!

Bonnie Berman ·
Please come to our 3rd Building a Resilient Yolo Summit on 10/30. Our theme is "Be The One". Share this link with anyone you think might be interested! Click here for a shortcut to registration.< https://docs.goo gle.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScnfg pWgMJAWwzyN1TBRx 0sF68DVnWexfaUGv-mxKrZ8gaIkQ/v iewform > See the attached agenda for more details. Join youth, partners, and community members in a county-wide inter-agency learning, networking, and planning opportunity. Together, we will learn...
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4th Annual Bay Area Maternal Mental Health Conference

By UCSF Continuing Medical Education, December 12, 2019 This is the fourth annual conference here in the Bay Area focusing on maternal mental health and well-being, with speakers from throughout the area covering important topics that will improve the care our patients are receiving. We welcome anyone with a personal or professional interest in maternal mental health. Participants will: Review the state of the current opioid crisis in this country and learn about tools to help identity...
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4th Annual Yolo County Community Baby Shower Fair

Bonnie Berman ·
The Yolo County HHSA and YCCA Community Baby Shower Collaborative will be hosting their 4th Annual Yolo County Community Baby Shower Fair! DATE: Saturday, September 28th TIME: 10am to 2pm LOCATION: Home Arts Hall, Yolo County Fairgrounds (1250 Gum Ave.) in Woodland. The main goal for this event is to educate families, who are either expecting or parenting a child less than 5 years of age, about Yolo County resources. This event is open to ALL Yolo county families, e.g. families from West...
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5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve and Return (Center on the Developing Child)

Gemma DiMatteo ·
Serve and return interactions are fun, easy, and an excellent way to build a strong foundation in a child's brain for future learning and development. Is a child pointing at something? Babbling or moving those little arms and legs? That's a serve! By returning a serve with a simple acknowledgement or smile, you are rewarding a child's interest and curiosity. Want to learn how serve and return can be a part of your daily interactions with children? Check out our new, practical, how-to video...
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8th Annual Water Cooler Conference - Stronger Together: Transforming Opportunity for Every Child

On February 22-23, 2016, our friends at Advancement Project will be hosting the 8th Annual Water Cooler Conference at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel. Don't miss out on this chance to hear keynote speakers Paul Tough, author of How Children Succeed: Grit Curiosity, and the Hidden Power of Character ; David B. Grusky, the Director of Stanfords Center on Poverty and Inequity; and Dr. Patricia K. Kuhl, the Co-Director of the UW Institute for Learning & Brain Sciences. Panelists...
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A Trauma-Informed Approach to Supporting Families Impacted by Addiction

Melissa Santos ·
RFQ ANNOUNCEMENT: Celebrating Families! California Expansion Project Update: Due to the expanding ACEs response in California, and subsequent interest in Celebrating Families! we are extending the due date for proposals to May 24 th. Invitation to Expand Celebrating Families!™ Statewide The California State Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) recognizing the effectiveness of Celebrating Families! (CF!), has awarded Prevention Partnership International (PPI) a $100,000, 2-year challenge...
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ACEs Connection Network and The Kennedy Forum host pre-premiere of the documentary "Paper Tigers"

Please read article below by ACEs Connection staff member, Elizabeth Prewitt, about the screening of Paper Tigers as we in Yolo plan for a screening of the documentary this Fall! - Gail   When I heard this vignette, I realized the full potential...
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ACEs Connection Webinar: The trauma toll on pediatric immigrants, refugees and their families

ACEs Connection Webinar: The trauma toll on pediatric immigrants, refugees and their families You’ll receive tips for health care providers in pediatric settings and beyond When: Friday, Dec. 14, 2018, 10:30-11:30 am Pacific Time/1:30-2:30 Eastern Time Please register here for this webinar. Our speakers include: Dr. Heyman Oo , MD MPH is a primary care pediatrician in Marin County and an Associate Physician/Clinical Instructor for the General Pediatrics Department at Zuckerberg San Francisco...
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ACEs gets a day at the (Sacramento) Capitol!

No matter where you are, be sure to follow the events of the day on twitter: Follow @acestoohigh and #4CAKidsDay17 to get live updates all day.
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ACEs gets a day at the (Sacramento) Capitol!

No matter where you are, be sure to follow the events of the day on twitter: Follow @acestoohigh and #4CAKidsDay17 to get live updates all day.
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Caring for the Caregiver - Parent Engagement mtg Oct 1st

Bonnie Berman ·
Yolo County SELPA presents a Parent Engagement night for parents or caregivers of children who have disabilities. WHEN: October 1, 2018 TIME: 7pm WHERE: YCOE Conference Center in Woodland. Please see below for more information and a link to flyers. Please share with parents who you think might be interested! To register or for any requests (interpretation, seating, etc), please contact Lisa Young at lisa.young@ycoe.org or 530-668-3760.
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CASA fundraiser tugs on Yolo residents’ heartstrings [DavisEnterprise.com]

Dozens of Yolo County CASA supporters came together under the country sky at Park Winters on Sept. 11 to raise money for the 400-plus foster children in the county. The “I Am For the Child” Dinner and Auction is Yolo County CASA’s biggest annual fundraiser and accounts for a significant portion of the nonprofit agency’s budget. This year’s event was its most successful yet at a time when it is critical in order to meet Yolo County CASA’s 2020 goal of providing every foster child with a CASA...
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Changing Minds and Creating Trauma-Informed Communities Convenings - South and North

Last week, on two separate days in Los Angeles and in San Francisco, about 150 people (total) convened to listen and brainstorm about creating trauma-informed communities. Futures Without Violence, which is rolling out its Changing Minds campaign later this year, hosted both events.  Some very interesting and important themes emerged from the two days: Residents with lived experiences should participate in the decision-making bodies of service providers and vested...
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Cherokee Point Youth Leaders learn about Child Abuse Prevention month

Jennifer Hossler ·
Read below about what Cherokee Point, San Diego Youth Leaders are doing. Something to strive for to engage our youth voices in Yolo County? Some days at work are better than others. Yesterday was one of the best days I've had in awhile! I had the chance to speak to a small group of youth leaders from Cherokee Point Elementary School on Wednesday. As a representative of the Chadwick Center for Children & Families, I came to talk with them about Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) month, which is...
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Child Abuse Prevention Month; Wear Blue!

Bonnie Berman ·
April is here and it’s officially Child Abuse Prevention Month! We are so excited to see what amazing things are planned throughout the month to celebrate children and families! Tell us about your CAP Month activities and share photos by emailing OCAP@dss.ca.gov , and we will highlight them on our website at the end of April! Reminder: Throughout the month of April, we ask that everyone wear blue, take photos, and post to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #PassthePinwheel , #WearBlue4Kids...
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Child Care Crisis Disproportionately Affects Children with Disabilities

Bonnie Berman ·
A new report from the Center for American Progress found that parents of young children with disabilities are more likely to face job disruptions due to child care challenges. The report explores how the lack of affordable, high-quality child care options disproportionately affects these families and policy solutions for addressing these barriers. https://www.americanprogress. org/issues/early-childhood/ reports/2020/01/29/479802/ child-care-crisis- disproportionately-affects- ...
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Child poverty declines even as disparities persist among the nation’s youngest children

Bonnie Berman ·
Article by Katherine Paschall and Jessical Dym Bartlett in the publication ChildTrends. September 12. 2019 The most recent Census data show a small decrease in the poverty rate among the overall U.S. population, from 12.3 percent in 2017 to 11.8 percent in 2018. Poverty rates were highest among infants and toddlers (birth through age 2), Black and Hispanic young children, and young children living in single parent-headed households—particularly female-headed households—relative to children...
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Child Poverty Research, Public Policy and the Road Ahead

What We Have Learned and Where Should We Go Next? Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - 8:00am - 12:00pm UC Center Sacramento 1130 K Street, Suite LL22 Sacramento, CA 95814 Child poverty continues to be a major challenge for the United States and California. The UC Davis Center for Poverty Research and UC Center Sacramento will bring together researchers, policymakers, and practitioners together for a workshop “Child Poverty Research, Public Policy and the Road Ahead: What We Have Learned and Where...
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