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We aim to raise awareness about the prevalence of ACEs in our community; increase trauma sensitive practices and policies; foster inter-agency collaboration to better serve residents; and improve practices at the direct service level. Our goal is to reduce barriers to high quality clinical, educational, health, and support services for residents who have experienced trauma and mental health needs
Resilient Sacramento is dedicated to preventing and reducing the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and traumatic events that can result in toxic stress affecting physical, social and emotional well-being . We are a diverse collective of individuals and organizations committed to supporting public policy and change that promotes healing and resiliency in the greater Sacramento Area.
We work collectively to educate our community about ACEs, resilience, and trauma-informed care. We exchange ideas, share opportunities and foster connections to transform lives through practical and community-centered solutions.
Community Partners committed to building a Resilient Solano County
We're educating people in Yolo County, CA, about ACEs. Our intent is that everyone in Yolo County integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their work, family, community and individual lives.
Restorative Integral Support (RIS) is “whole life” recovery for people who face challenges of all kinds. RIS assesses an individual's needs and provides guidance for facilitating recovery. As a comprehensive, “whole person” approach to recovery from trauma, RIS includes powerful somatic therapies and other research-informed interventions.
Creating Connections for a Compassionate Culture. #RiseUp
We are working towards building a strong and thriving community. Our mission is to inspire inter-agency collaboration in order to empower people to create a trauma-informed community where resiliency is both accessible and equitable for all.
The Riverside Resilience initiative started in 2016 when county and community leaders came together to understand how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma influence health and wellbeing. 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.
The Roanoke Valley Trauma Informed Community Network seeks to connect organizations to better understand, prevent, and address ACEs & trauma in our community. The RVTICN features a learning cohort of organizations who are delving into the work of creating trauma-informed systems. We provide training & resources and believe that through these connections, we can build resiliency.
Through the KidsReadyNC-Rockingham Initiative, we seek to engage the community in a conversation about ACEs to raise awareness of their impact in early childhood. We hope to provide the community the space to develop an understanding of ACEs and a framework to support building resilience starting at birth.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
This is the online platform for our ACEs, trauma-informed, and resilience-building movement. It is a call to action- a place to work collaboratively across sectors and communities, to transform our county to one of hope, healing, and resilience for all. It is based on the socio-ecological model, collective impact strategies, and resident-driven approaches to prevention, intervention, and advocacy.
A platform for students, academic professionals and university community partners to collaborate across departments to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), integrate trauma informed practices and policies throughout campus, and build a resilient San Diego State University.
This group seeks to: 1) Understand what we do, what we do well, and call upon each other to collaborate. 2) Create a healing space for folks to work together across sectors. 3) Create a structured way to lift up each other’s work, align resources, and prevent fragmentation. 4) Use technology to communicate differently and stop traumatizing already traumatized systems.
We are committed to building a resilient community. Our goal is to encourage cross-sector collaboration through a trusted network of providers ensuring a continuity of care that serves children, youth, and families in our community with a history of ACEs. We invite you to join us!
We are creating child and family well being through building resilience, increasing ACEs awareness, and strengthening San Luis Obispo County community connections.
San Mateo County ACEs Connection is a community for all who are invested in creating a trauma-informed and resilient San Mateo County. This is a space to share resources, information, successes, and challenges related to addressing trauma and building resiliency, particularly in young children and their families.
Santa Clara County ACEs (SCCA) Initiative partners educate the community on the impact of ACEs. Our goal is to integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into work, family, community and individual lives to transform our county to one of hope, healing and resilience for everyone.
Santa Cruz ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Santa Cruz, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
The San Diego Trauma-Informed Guide Team works to promote trauma-informed services in the San Diego region through collaboration, advocacy, and education. This community is meant to foster connection among the SD-TIGT membership and advance trauma-informed practices.
A connected community for strong, safe families. Our goal is to strengthen families and reduce Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) by increasing protective factors, coordinating service systems and engaging the community.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
Bringing together professionals, community members, and advocates who share a passion to reduce trauma and build resiliency in Siskiyou County. Share information, exchange ideas and host dialogue that lead to practical and community centered solutions.
We bring the community together to prevent, heal, and treat ACEs while promoting resiliency.
Led by the Children's Trust of South Carolina, the South Carolina Adverse Childhood Experiences Initiative empowers communities to help build resilience and works to prevent poor health outcomes and improve well-being.
We educate our community about ACEs, resilience and trauma-informed approaches, and invite others to join us to increase our success in improving our communities.
South Coast Together is a community collaborative focused on fostering resilience in Coos and Curry counties, we engage community members as agents of change in preventing the accumulation of Adverse Childhood Experiences and to build resilience in children, adolescents, and families; guided by a community capacity building approach, the Self-Healing Community model.
Our goal is to begin a dialogue around the topic of trauma and resiliency and create a shared language and understanding of effective responses to trauma. Together we can create a united, yet community-customized approach to the integration of trauma informed care in communities all across South Dakota.
We are the South Jersey ACE Initiative and we are in relentless pursuit of educating people about ACEs. Our mission is to get schools, organizations and communities to be trauma-informed and to have relentless pursuit of adding value to all of our communities.
As part of the South Mississippi Youth Connection Initiative, we strive to connect our youth to resources in a timely manner following traumatic or stressful situations or occurrences.
South East San Diego is a diverse community that has experienced a history of trauma. Members are working towards creating a thriving and Self-Healing 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.
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.
SSTICN brings together a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary group of organizations and individuals working together to collaborate to create a more trauma-informed and resilient Southside region. The mission of the SSTICN is to promote and to enhance individual and community resilience.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
The State ACEs Action is the go-to location for ACEs activities in U.S. states.
Focusing on building community and individual resiliency by raising awareness of ACES and its public health implications, and developing strategies to increase resilience by engaging all of the county's community partners.
Strategies 2.0 Sierra Region ACES Connection provides a forum for representatives from programs and services throughout the Sierra Nevada Region to learn and share strategies for enhancing child and family well-being.
Together we work to prevent sources of stress experienced by many families with limited resources. Have you considered the cost of purchasing diapers? Families with limited resources often have difficulty accessing diapers which can have a cascading negative effect on the baby, family, and the health system. Together we raise awareness and begin to prevent the root cause of preventable adversity.
Using knowledge and education regarding ACES, trauma and resiliency informed practices to build upon our communities' members' current resilience base in order to ensure a resilient future for the county's establishments, economy, and people.
Working together in Tacoma and Pierce County to improve the well-being of residents by focusing on empowerment and equity, the prevention of ACEs, and the building of resilience. We hope to inform and connect individuals and communities working to promote safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments.
If you're doing ACEs histories, please do a short blog post or contact one of the community managers so that we can do so for you.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
An online platform to foster communication and collaboration across communities and sectors in Texas with the goal of promoting ideas, policies and practices that reduce and prevent childhood adversity, build resilience in individuals and families, and help those affected by trauma to heal and thrive.
Support the advancement of children's basic human right to be free from all forms of violence in schools and the home (including corporal punishment, spanking, or other forms of violence).
Increasing our county’s awareness and knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) while building resiliency and fostering hope in order to offset the cycle of trauma.
An ITRC Project. We build human resilience in the face of the encroaching individual, family and community stresses of climate change.
The EPIC Project uses the ACE survey to identify parents of newborns through age 3 who have a high ACE score. Once identified, through community collaboration in-home services will be implemented to mitigate risk for the child/ren & build resiliency for the whole family.
A group of committed individuals working collectively towards a community that embraces: Healing; Hope; Empathy; Empowerment; Engagement; Awareness; Action; Resilience; Relationships; Trauma-Informed; Transformation.
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