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The State of Childhood Adversity Legislation: Lessons from a National Scan of State Policies and Legislator Experience
Date: Monday, May 10th, 2018
Time: 10:00-11:00 am PDT /1:00-2:00 pm EDT
The California Campaign to Counter Childhood Adversity (4CA), in collaboration with ACEs Connection, is hosting a two-part webinar learning series for advocates and policymakers interested in addressing childhood adversity through public policy. Advocates across the country are asking how best to address childhood adversity at the local, state and national levels, and to support the right policies to advance these efforts
Momentum is growing across the country to do just that. In this learning series, we will explore organizing models and legislative approaches that address childhood adversity, trauma and resilience.
We held our first webinar, “Overview of State Level Efforts to Address Childhood Adversity and Highlights from Oregon, Tennessee, and Wisconsin” in January. This second webinar strives to deepen our understanding of legislation to address childhood adversity. The third and final webinar is specific to California and will include discussions on how California can better address childhood adversity.
Elizabeth Prewitt, Policy Analyst, ACEs Connection
Meghan McCann and Kate Blackman, National Conference of State Legislatures
Representative Ruth Kagi, Washington State Legislature