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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 acknowledge and address life experiences due to hardship and trauma, and build resilience. We collaborate to serve our citizens and disseminate information to create a trauma-informed community.
As the Northern New Jersey PACES Chapter, Norwescap Parenting SEAS is educating our community about ACES and building resiliency.
The NRV Resiliency Network aims to build a more equitable, safe, trauma-informed, and resilient community by informing, supporting, and elevating the New River Valley (VA) region.
The purpose of this group is to connect people and organizations in Ohio who are working to address issues related to trauma and ACEs
The Olympia / Thurston County Chapter of the ACEs Connection is here to educating people about ACEs. Our goal is to infuse our work, our families, our communities, and our individual lives with trauma informed care and resilience-building practices.
A platform for community members, professionals and leaders to collaborate across sectors in a movement to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), heal from trauma, and build resilience in Orange County.
"The Orange Resilience Initiative (ORI) is a local coalition whose mission is to lead with equity and engage the community in: preventing toxic stress and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), and promoting a culture of resilience in Orange County, NC."
The vision of the collaborative is to create a trauma-resilient community. Raising awareness on ACEs and the impact of trauma, the collaborative's mission is to provide education on and promote trauma-informed approaches in Oswego County.
The PACEs 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.
What is the relationship between PACES and eating habits, food security, and nutritional status? How can we work on food insecurity and nutritional health in a trauma-informed way? EVERYONE IS ENCOURAGED TO POST AND COMMENT.
PACEs occur in societal, cultural and household contexts. Social science research and theory provide insight into these contexts for PACEs and how they might be altered to prevent adversity and promote resilience. We encourage social scientists of various disciplines to share and review research, identify mechanisms, build theories, identify gaps, and build bridges to practice and policy.
Individuals who support or lead initiatives online & on-the-ground gather here to discuss the process of starting & growing resilient communities, & exchange evidence-based practices & practice-based evidence. Questions, ideas, & resources are all welcome! Every weekday a PACEs Connection Community Facilitator is available to answer your questions.
In the ACEs Connection Network Resources Center, you'll find lists of basic resources such as ACE surveys (original and expanded), resilience surveys, and ACEs science presentations you can download. If you have suggestions for other resources, add them to the comments section of the resource.
We are creating a network of trauma-informed practices in Sweden and educating people about PACEs. Our intent is that everyone in Sweden integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their work, family, community and individuals lives.
Palo Alto ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Palo Alto, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
How do we honor both lived & learned expertise to break down barriers between parents & professionals? How do PACE-impacted families best access healing, hope & health? How might parent education, training, & support services if co-created with families & in community?
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.
Peace4Manasota is cultivating responsive and collaborative communities throughout Manatee, Desoto, and Sarasota Counties that foster healing and well-being.
Peace4Parkland is dedicated to the awareness and understanding of childhood (ACEs) and adult trauma and the resulting negative effects on community, systems and society. We believe this understanding will transform attitudes and empower community resilience. We invite you to join us.
Peace4Tarpon is dedicated to the awareness and understanding of childhood (ACEs) and adult trauma and the resulting negative effects on community, systems and society. We believe this understanding will transform attitudes and empower community resilience. We invite you to join us.
Peace4theBigBend creates a resilient and thriving community in an eight-county region by providing education, resources, support and advocacy for people, organizations and communities that struggle with trauma and loss.
The Pender County Resiliency Task Force is dedicated to building a stronger, more trauma informed community by increasing awareness and education of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Mission: To make Pennsylvania a Trauma-Informed State to better serve all residents. Vision: Pennsylvania is a state where prevention is the norm. When people do experience emotional and psychological trauma they feel respected, safe, empowered, and supported to recover and heal.
Philadelphia ACEs Connection explores issues related to adversity, trauma and resilience in the Philadelphia region. We are advocates, concerned citizens and professionals who share information and develop practical solutions, to support Philadelphia becoming a trauma-informed city.
We are an online collaborative dedicated to raising awareness about ACEs, trauma-informed practice, and resilience-building in the greater Phoenix area. Given the unique history of this city and region, Phoenix Rising will explore personal and historical sources of trauma.
Pinole ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Pinole, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
Pittsburg ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Pittsburg, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
The Drug Endangered Children's Initiative is a collaboration of the Plymouth County DA's Office, Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) & United Way of Greater Plymouth County Family Ctr./Community Connections working together with dozens of community partners to create ACEs awareness, provide trauma-informed training, connect families impacted by substance use disorder to support & shape policy.
As a community we strive to prevent trauma, while offering hope and healing to those among us who have experienced childhood adversity. Recognizing life as a continuous series of events e.g. “lifecourse”, we weave together epigenetics (preconception), neurodevelopment (childhood & adolescence), and ACEs science (adult and aging) as we seek pathways to health and wellbeing.
We are committed to a culture of safety, understanding, and responsiveness to ACEs for children, families, and our community.
“We have the capacity, within ourselves, to create better health," writes Donna Jackson Nakazawa. We can improve our health no matter what our ACE score. Learn resilience practices that reduce stress hormones in our bodies & brains. Understand how pain, shame & trauma make self-healing harder. Explore research & resources. Share stories, struggles & successes. Practice resilience.
The Quad Cities Trauma-Informed Consortium (QCTIC) is a partnership between Family Resources and the Child Abuse Council that began in 2013 as an effort to move trauma-informed practices into the Quad Cities. Collaborating across sectors and interests allows us to effectively expand our reach while we elevate the status of our community.
To introduce ACEs Awareness, Trauma-Informed (TI) and Resilience cultures in the province of Quebec. French materials will be available.
The Queens County Mental Health Project is an initiative that focuses on whole health and basic human needs. A network of community organizations help enable referrals for additional resources. Queens Health Outreach, Empowerment and Advocacy — we aim to work together and strengthen the wellness, safety and access to services in Queens, New York.
Our Trauma Informed Community Network, located in Alexandria, Virginia, is called RAISE, short for Resilience, Alexandria: Inform. Support. Elevate. Our mission is to build a more Trauma-Informed, equitable, and resilient Alexandria by informing, supporting and elevating our community.
We convene and facilitate collaborative efforts to reduce adversity and trauma while building resilience throughout Oklahoma. We are advocates, concerned citizens, policy-makers and professionals who share information and develop practical, trauma-informed solutions to improve the lives of our children and families.
Randolph Co. NC ACEs Connection
Resources, posts, discussions, chats about national efforts to build a trauma-informed, resilience-building nation.
The goal of the initiative is to launch a cross-sector collaboration to reduce ACEs and improve health and education outcomes for children over the next 10 years.
Resilient Amador is dedicated to working together to promote a trauma-informed community through education, prevention, support, and advocacy, thereby raising the standard of care for all. We transform systems, individuals, families, and businesses to integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into everyone’s work, community and personal lives.
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.
Resilient Berkeley is a cross sector, community driven collaborative committed to building Berkeley's capacity to prevent and heal trauma.
We are the Brunswick County (NC) Resiliency Task Force working to increase awareness of ACEs, trauma-informed practices, and resiliency. We hope to be a guiding light leading Brunswick County to a brighter tomorrow.
To promote resilience in Columbus County through education and engagement of community members regarding the lifelong impacts of adverse childhood experiences.
Resilient Douglas County (formerly Douglas County Fostering Futures) supports and advances trauma informed principles by enhancing efforts toward community-wide competency in trauma informed practices that build individual and community resilience.
Resilient Jefferson County is a coalition of community members whose mission is to transform our community and the health of future generations.
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.
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.
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