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The Ocean State Trauma Informed Community Coalition (OSTICC) is a collaborative group of public and private community stakeholders coming together to provide the vision, organization, training, and leadership needed to actively promote an understanding of trauma informed approaches and how to implement them across service systems and in public/private settings throughout the State of Rhode Island.
Welcome! This group is for anyone who identifies as part of the LGBTQ+ Community or who supports the community.
Films have been instrumental in helping us understand individual, generational, and historical trauma - and healing. Documentaries can inspire and inform public policy and system-level change as well and that is why ACEs Connection, CTIPP, and the Relentless School Nurse have come together to stream documentaries from this community site , quarterly, starting in September of 2020.
Community members, advocates, and professionals who share the goals to reduce trauma and build resilience in Alaska share information and exchange ideas related to adversity, trauma and resilience that lead to practical and community-centered solutions. By trauma, we are referring to childhood and developmental trauma, intergenerational trauma, and historic and ongoing systemic trauma.
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.
We develop awareness of trauma and empower pathways to resiliency. We will build a trauma-informed Montcalm County, MI by the year 2021. We will view trauma in the same manner across all sectors — including schools, law enforcement, manufacturing, big and small businesses and the faith-based community.
Trauma Informed Hampshire County is a newly formed group of individuals and organizations across multiple sectors all committed to educating, promoting policy changes and providing the necessary resources to the people of Hampshire County towards building resilient and trauma-informed communities.
Trauma Informed Washington Heights/Inwood aims to build a community of service providers and stakeholders dedicated to spreading information about ACEs and Resilience, developing a support network for service providers, and cultivating holistic healing for those impacted by trauma and vicarious trauma.
We are a collaborative of library professionals and library supporters who seek to share ACEs Science with our institutions, organizations and communities; explore and implement Trauma-Informed approaches; and build community resilience through our programs, practices and publications.
The Trauma-Informed Utah page was created in response to requests for support in navigating challenges highlighted due to COVID-19. This page serves as a resource bank and networking opportunity for organizations seeking to implement trauma-informed approaches both in policy and practice. This effort is dedicated to improving the well-being of Utahns and those who serve them.
Shining a light on the science of ACEs as we move along the path towards hope, health and healing in our community.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
We are teaching Troy, Alabama and the Wiregrass about ACEs and Resilience. Our goal is for all community members to integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into work, home, school, and community interactions, so that we can heal and grow together to be a stronger community every day.
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.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
We come from all different sectors, walks of life and parts of the United Kingdom to prevent ACEs, and to change systems to become self-healing and to stop traumatizing already traumatized people.
A collaborative of UC Davis and UC Davis Health community members addressing trauma and building resilience across the lifespan
GRACE: Globally Reducing Adverse Childhood Experiences. UCSF faculty, students, staff members and affiliates who share a passion for ACEs-related research, education, prevention, treatment, advocacy, and policy. We collaborate with local, national, and international communities to transform, advance, and apply the science of preventing ACEs to improve lives of children and families worldwide.
A group of University of Florida students, instructors, researchers and community members dedicated to addressing ACEs and promoting evidence-based trauma-informed interventions that build resilience. Students taking our public health courses will display summaries of their assignments that aim to address ACEs and trauma.
Vallejo City Strength is where we are educating the community about the impact of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences). It is our duty to educate, empower and encourage the community to become trauma-informed so they can contribute to create healthy environments that strengthen the child, family and communities.
VBRP is a non-profit grassroots volunteer organization in northern Maine. Its mission is to educate our small rural community about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and empower persons from all segments of the community to assess our needs and collaboratively develop, evaluate, and sustain effective resources to promote resiliency and combat ACEs’ negative intergenerational effects.
Inspired by the science surrounding brain development, the importance of early experiences, impacts of toxic stress and the potential of human resilience, we endeavor to strengthen families and improve outcomes for children through building a trauma-informed Ventura County.
The Virginia ACEs Connection initiative promotes safety and connection to empower self-healing communities in Virginia.
The Walla Walla Valley's ACEs Connection is a learning community hosted by the Community Resilience Initiative whose goal is to share resilience-based tools and ideas in order to improve community health . Please join our group to share your news as we build resiliency in the Walla Walla Valley! Visit us online at http://www.criresilient.org
The Washington County ACEs Initiative is a multi-sector collaborative of partners who are interested in helping educate the community on the impact of ACEs. We raise awareness of ACEs, resiliency and trauma-informed approaches to services.
A forum to inform and connect individuals and communities working to promote safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments and prevent and mitigate ACEs in Washington State.
This group explores issues related to adversity, trauma and resilience in the District of Columbia and surrounding areas. We are advocates, trauma survivors, concerned community members, and professionals who share information and develop practical solutions, to support the Washington, DC metro area to become trauma-informed, address sources of adversity, and promote health and resilience.
We are a grassroots collaborative whose mission is to promote health and resiliency in our community and to effectively prevent, recognize, and treat trauma by creating safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments. The WCCI hosts an annual educational event as well as additional workshops throughout the year.
Watsonville ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Watsonville, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
Vision: Reduce the incidence of child trauma and mental illness in children and youths. Mission: Engage children and families to promote health, prevent disease and build resilience by using schools and health settings as buffers against toxic stress in a trauma-sensitive manner where children/youths feel safe, welcomed and supported to address trauma impact on development, learning and behavior
The WV ACES Coalition includes over 400 different organizations and individuals working together to improve the health and well-being of all West Virginians by reducing the impact of ACEs and preventing their occurrence.
Kansas ACEs Connection is dedicated to connecting and supporting organizations, systems, and communities who are interested in better understanding the prevalence of ACEs and trauma, recognizing the impact that these have on individual and organizational health, and developing policies and practices that promote resiliency and healing.
Our holistic movement increases the understanding of ACEs across all of our community sectors to integrate trauma-informed practices, build resilience and provide hope for future generations.
Join us as we work in coordination to integrate trauma-informed practices and resilience building experiences within our families, communities and beyond.
We have a very collaborative community where most of the stakeholders have become aware of ACEs and Resilience. As a result, we are committed to becoming trauma informed, work on resilience and the prevention of ACEs.

This group is for young professionals -- 35 years of age or younger -- who are studying and working in the field of adverse childhood experiences.

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We are dedicated to support and empower the residents of Yuba and Sutter communities by integrating trauma informed best practices to develop resilience and build stronger families and stronger communities. This inter-agency collaborative project of diverse members strives to better serve the needs for all children, families, and communities in order to heal and thrive.
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