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Serving the Benton and Franklin area, we are strongly committed to serving as a network for community members across various sectors to collaborate in preventing and addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). We aim towards creating a resilient and trauma-aware community.
Strategies 2.0 Southern Region ACEs Connection networks and shares information across counties, systems and services to reduce trauma, increase resilience and inspire collaboration to nurture strong families and thriving communities.
We are educating people and raising awareness in Del Norte County about ACEs and resiliency. Our hope is for everyone in Del Norte and Adjacent Tribal Lands (DNATL) to live in a resilient community and integrate trauma-informed practices into all areas of their lives!
Shining a light on the science of ACEs as we move along the path towards hope, health and healing in our community.
Where individuals and initiatives gather to meet, brainstorm, and collaborate about using ACEs Science inclusively to create trauma-informed families, communities, systems, and change with and for all.
We improve the well-being of residents by focusing on empowerment and equity, the prevention of ACEs, and the building of resilience.
A state-wide, community-driven movement that offers a new way of developing holistic solutions to longstanding problems. ACT-CA unites community members to co-design solutions with their city officials and enact policies that equitably improve child well-being.
This group is dedicated to actualizing a Southern Kenai Peninsula, Alaskan community that cultivates healthy relationships and resilient families free of violence and substance abuse.
The purpose of the Dutchess County ACES Task Force is to improve the wellness of the community by providing education about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and their impact on individuals of all ages.
The Building Flourishing Communities team works by activating local leadership through an understanding of the importance of early childhood development and how our earliest experiences affect our health and well-being through-out life. We're developing highly-trained volunteer Master Trainers, who in turn identify local leaders and train them in the model.
Creating a shared space for the community of Marion and Polk Counties, and nearby areas, will help those in need to take advantage of the great work being done to support one another to thrive--not just survive.
We are building ACEs awareness, community, and resilience in the Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook , Oceanside, San Marcos, Solana Beach, and Vista areas. We encourage the use of this online platform for working collaboratively across sectors and communities and in transforming our county into one of hope, healing, and resilience for all.
We unite parents, youth, community residents, community physical and mental health organizations, school principals and staff, community leaders from faith, justice, politics, business and other sectors, and the Northwest Side Housing Center to prevent adversity, promote healing, and build resilience in Belmont Cragin.
A team of community partners from all sectors working towards collaborative, intentional and integrated trauma informed care in our county.
"Our desire is to educate, connect, and build resilience in Lexington's children, parents, educators, professionals, and the community as a whole. Understanding and embracing the reality of ACEs and building resilience will create hope for our future. We provide training and tools to facilitate hope in Kentucky!"
We are a collective of educators, health care professionals, community members and more who work to prevent and reverse the effects of childhood traumas such as adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Our goal is to brighten the future for children, their families, and our communities.
At Franciscan Health, we are committed to and believe in the establishment of strong families, thriving children, and resilient communities, especially in Indiana and Illinois. We aim to ignite a trauma-informed culture shift that is transformative in the way we understand, discuss, and serve adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and resiliency.
A network for community members, professionals and leaders to collaborate across sectors in a movement to prevent and address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), heal from trauma, and build resilience. We encourage the use of this network to collaborate across sectors and find resources within South Florida communities moving to transform our community into one of hope, healing, and resilience.
Creating Connections for a Compassionate Culture. #RiseUp
The Consortium to Create Sanctuary in the Columbia River Gorge is a community based effort aimed at spreading knowledge on childhood and lifelong adversity and the power of resiliency to improve lives. The work is currently supported by the Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) Grant awarded by the Health Federation of Philadelphia with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
We are working to integrate trauma-informed and resilience building practices into our communities. This is a place to share and collectively act across sectors to transform the Lehigh Valley into a place of hope and healing.
Resilient Berkeley is a cross sector, community driven collaborative committed to building Berkeley's capacity to prevent and heal trauma.
"We are raising awareness of ACEs and their effect on early brain development, the importance of fostering resilience, and striving to embed these principles in the Charlotte, NC area community."
A platform for medical students, clinical/academic professionals and university community partners to collaborate across the United States with other medical universities to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), integrate trauma informed practices and policies throughout campuses, and build a resilient Baylor College of Medicine.
The Four Corners ACEs Connection group is dedicated to preventing and reducing the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in the greater Four Corners area. We are a diverse collective of community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware and resilient communities across the Four Corners.
Building a Resilient Community in Franklin County & the North Quabbin is devoted to providing tools, resources, and information to become a trauma-informed region to build the resilience and well-being of our children, families, individuals, neighborhoods, and communities in the most rural county of Massachusetts.
The ACEs Action Alliance is a multi-sector collaborative of individuals and public and private organizations that work together to promote trauma-informed, resilient communities in Clark County, Washington. We align efforts to educate and raise awareness about the impact of trauma and toxic stress, we assess needs and progress, and we promote individual, family and community resilience.
The Clallam Resilience Project’s mission is to build resilience through fostering trauma-sensitive care and expanding the understanding of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Resilience (NEAR) sciences for the benefit of everyone in Clallam County.
We build a community that promotes resiliency, healing and growth as we raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma by impacting and empowering Trumbull County citizens.
This group is dedicated to fostering resilience and building community in the US Midwest.
The ACE Educator Program of the Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health advocates for ACEs awareness and prevention across the state. We recruit and train professionals and community leaders to give no-cost presentations on ACEs and resilience science to systems, organizations, and community groups.
Working in partnership with Lake County Children’s Council, Lake County Child Welfare, Lake Family Resource Center, First 5 Lake, Lake County Probation, Redwood Community Services, Tribal members, Health Leadership Network and others to unify countywide efforts to raise awareness of ACEs,work collectively to reduce trauma,and build individual and community resilience.
We are educating and raising awareness about ACEs and resiliency in Humboldt County. Our hope is to empower our people to prevent ACEs, actively work to heal trauma, and build resilience for all children, families and their communities through a collective understanding of trauma-responsive practices.
Our community consists of a wide-range of local representatives from various public and private organizations including businesses, faith-based organizations, school districts, local government and NGOs . Together we have a common desire to make our communities trauma informed for the purpose of building resilience in our youth, families, neighborhoods and county.
Denver Metro Area community members and professionals from healthcare, education, businesses, law enforcement, faith organizations and legal systems who collaborate to measurably reduce the impact of trauma on children and families by building individual and organizational resiliency resulting in healthy, sustainable neighborhoods.
We bring the community together to raise awareness of ACEs and their health effects and to promote health & wellness skills that build resilience.
Experiencing hardships as a child can cause many problems as we get older. This community is a place where people living and working in NJ can come together to help prevent adverse childhood experience (ACEs) and create a healthier, happier state. This group was created by the NJ ACEs Collaborative, NJ DCF, the Center for Health Care Strategies, and NJEA — but made stronger by you!
The effort is underway to build a more trauma-aware, trauma-sensitive, trauma-informed, healing-centered Dauphin County. Our aim is to work with service providers, nonprofit organizations, employers, advocates and individuals, in order to create a comprehensive and inclusive county-wide network focused on trauma prevention, treatment and recovery.
A forum to inform and connect individuals and communities working to promote safe and stable environments for individuals and communities. This forum aims to prevent & mitigate ACEs in Zambia and beyond.
MS ACEs Community is a diverse group of individuals from a cross sector of organizations and agencies dedicated to supporting and advocating for continuous trauma-informed care for all children and families in the state
The Building Flourishing Communities TEAM site to support our mission which works by activating local leadership through an understanding of the importance of early childhood development and how our earliest experiences affect our health and well-being through-out life. We're developing highly-trained volunteer Master Trainers, who in turn identify local leaders and train them in the model.
To promote resilience in Columbus County through education and engagement of community members regarding the lifelong impacts of adverse childhood experiences.
A safe place for all to be seen and heard. To connect, to reach out and find. To become trauma-informed. To gain strength and courage through solidarity.
Our Community vision is to create a compassionate and resilient county where children and families thrive. And our mission is to empower trauma sensitive "community" through regional awareness and support (including financial) to reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACES) while increasing resilience.
With a focus on a system that engages the school system, department of social services, juvenile justice, providers and other valuable agencies to educate and support community members in being a trauma informed landscape to ensure a greater resilience for all.
An online platform for child health providers, child care providers, mental health professionals, and community based organizations to come together to promote a more trauma-informed community on Long Island and improve the outcomes for our most vulnerable population - children. Join now and start sharing your work with others in your community!
This is a compassionate, healing-centered space for members of the New Orleans community to learn while sharing knowledge and resources. We are shifting the narrative to create equitable, systems-level change that will give our youth opportunties to thrive. Youth voice, collaboration, and a calling to care are what drives this work.
The Kern County care coordination collaborative has committed to expand their system level efforts to facilitate Trauma Informed Care training among parents, providers and all public and private partner organizations that will lead Kern to become a Trauma Informed County over the next few years.
A St. Lucie County partner group of local community members, professionals and leaders gathering to collaborate across sectors in a movement to educate our community about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), create trauma responsive strategies that help our community heal from trauma, and connect toward building resilience. We encourage collaboration of this site to locate and share resources.
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