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Resiliency Task Force Meeting Attracts Dozens of Interested Partners

Mebane Boyd ·
Close to 40 individuals representing a multitude of community agencies and systems attended this morning's Resiliency Task Force Meeting for a spirited and passionate discussion and decision-making process. Minutes from the meeting will be posted shortly. The next meeting will take place on October 11 at 9:00am. All are welcome.
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April 2019 meeting notes.docx

Mebane Boyd ·
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Trauma-informed policing: Learn how three highly experienced community leaders strengthen ties between police and community

ACEs initiative participants in communities where there is tension between the community and law enforcement will want to join Becky Haas in a compelling conversation on law enforcement, ACEs science, COVID-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement and protests. Haas is a nationally recognized adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) science initiative builder and trainer. She and colleagues Renee Wilson-Simmons, the head of the ACE Awareness Foundation of Memphis, Tennessee, and Maggi Duncan,...
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The Intersection of Systematic Racism, the Pandemic, and SDoMH: Reality Mandates Change

Ellen Fink-Samnick ·
Systematic racism is at the core of mental health disparities and social determinants of mental health (SDoMH).Upstream factors obstruct patient access to needed and appropriate assessment, timely intervention, with treatment for these populations often reflecting poorer quality, and ending prior to completion of treatment. COVID-19 and the recent pandemic have only amplified meso and micro-level gaps in care. considered, provided, and reimbursed.
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Child Care Relief Funding in American Rescue Plan: State-by-State Estimates [CLASP]

March 10,2021 Editor’s note: This article includes CLASP estimates on child care relief funding each state, D.C., and Puerto Rico will receive of the $39 billion included in the American Rescue Plan Act (ARP Act) For decades, our country has had a child care crisis fraught with inequitable access for communities of color, unaffordable care for far too many families, poverty-level wages for early educators, and razorthin margins for providers. This long-term crisis has been exacerbated by the...
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2011-2021—A decade of steady growth in ACEs and TI laws and resolutions in the states

In 2019 and 2020, dozens of states enacted nearly 60 laws and resolutions that reference adverse childhood experiences or trauma. In this post, there's an interactive map that shows them all.
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Four North Carolina resiliency initiatives join the PACEs Connection Cooperative of Communities—thanks to the United Way

Members of the four Cape Fear Area resiliency initiatives celebrate their joining the PACES Connection Cooperative of Communities and thank United Way - Cape Fear Area leadership for "leaning in" on the work being done to prevent and heal childhood trauma, and build on positive childhood experiences to create individual, family and community resilience. The United Way-Cape Fear Area (UW-CFA) board of directors has voted to fund four North Carolina resiliency initiatives to join the PACEs...
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NC Child Legislative and Policy Update call 11 a.m. EST, Fri. Sept.10, 2021

Adam Sotak (Guest) ·
Special NC Child Legislative Update: COVID Delta Variant & Children Presenters: Dr. Zack Moore, State Epidemiologist & Dr. Kelly Kimple, Women’s & Children’s Health Section Chief Friday, 9/10, 11:00 am All Friday updates will be provided live in both English and Spanish. Sign up here to attend. 2021 NC Statewide Virtual Policy Institute The NC Collaborative for Children, Youth, and Families and Prevent Child Abuse NC announce that registration for the 2021 Policy Institutes is...
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Workshop REMINDER: Building the Movement with Populations with High Prevalence of Trauma - Friday @ 1pm EST/10am PST [npscoaliton.org]

We are excited to present the fifth workshop session this Friday and hope you can join us live! Of note, we are now offering participation certificates to those who can be with us live on Friday afternoons and to make that easier we have also decided to shorten this workshop session to 3 hours ! Please help us in #BuildingTheMovement by sharing this workshop series with colleagues and help us reach our next milestone of 3K registered. Day 5 - Building the Movement with Populations with High...
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Join us for the JUNE 2022 round of Creating Resilient Communities!

June event dates listed for the PACEs Connection Creating Resilient Communities Accelerator Program. JOIN US!!!
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JULY 2022 round of the Creating Resilient Communities webinar series!

Kelly Purcell ·
Join us for the JULY 2022 round of the Creating Resilient Communities webinar series! DONIELLE PRINCE (PACES CONNECTION STAFF) 7/1/226:22 PM We at PACEs Connection know that a deep understanding of the science of positive and adverse childhood experiences (PACEs) can help organizations and communities solve their most intractable problems. Early adopters have shown STUNNING results in schools, family practice clinics, opioid prevention programs, etc. In thousands of schools—including schools...
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Join us for the JULY 2022 round of the Creating Resilient Communities webinar series!

Join the PACEs Connection Creating Resilient Communities (CRC) Accelerator Program to create a resilient community in your own neighborhood, town or city! It’s free!
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Free Therapy in Wilmington

Kelly Purcell ·
From the Website: Free Treatment in Wilmington, NC We are proud to offer no-cost intensive trauma-focused therapy to people who reside in the Wilmington area, with a primary focus on high school and middle school students. We understand how much a student’s life struggles can affect their studies. Trauma and loss can cause school under-performance as well as behavioral issues such as class disruption, aggression, and isolation. We help troubled students put their trauma behind them and move...
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