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Thriving Communities Collaborative Trauma Informed Care Presentation

Thriving Communities Collaborative will have a presentation on Friday March 23, 9:30 AM-11:30 AM. Please come network and learn prevention strategies for trauma that includes using parents as a source of protection. The presentation will be provided by Sarah Gardner from the Family-Informed Trauma Treatment Center. Facebook: Eventbrite: Http://

Not All Wounds Are Visible Community Conversations Series CONTINUES!

Donna Jacobs Senior Vice President, Government, Regulatory Affairs and Community Health at the University of Maryland Medical System, one of our ACE Interface Master Presenters is holding this conference at UMMS next week. This is the second large conference Donna has created relating to ACEs! The University of Maryland Medical System invites all Baltimore community members to participate in their Not All Wounds Are Visible Community Conversations series. In the past the conversations have...

Inter-Generational Book Club - October 26th, 2019

For details and to Sign Up: About this Event The Inter-generational Book Club seeks to foster stronger connections between generations while exploring social justice challenges through books. The Inter-generational Book Club meets every fourth Saturday of the month where there is discussion and a fun book-specific activity afterwards. We are looking for people who are young adults, adults and elders. For...

Maryland Essentials for Childhood Hosts Advocacy Day at the State Capital

Maryland Essentials for Childhood, a statewide initiative educating policy makers and communities on the science of ACEs, developing brains, and how we can build resilience for children, families and communities in Maryland, is poised to meet with Maryland elected officials this coming Thursday, ,February 7th, 9-1 pm. We will educate legislators on the science and policies that reduce or mitigate ACEs and other childhood trauma. Key policies being considered by the General Assembly are:...

Understanding the Role Between ACEs and the Opioid Epidemic

Tuesday, June 19th, 1 p.m . Webinar: Adverse Childhood Experiences – A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic The North Central Regional Center for Rural Development (NCRCRD) will host a free webinar titled, "Adverse Childhood Experiences: A Driver of the Opioid Epidemic" as part of the Rural Health and Safety Education Webinar Series. This webinar will review a landmark study featuring data showing a strong association between ACEs and our understanding of the opioid epidemic and other addictions.

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