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Below is an excerpt from an email from the director of National Children's Alliance in May of 2021 describing this file.

As important as it is for us, as professionals in the field, to have a greater understanding of the benefits and limitations of ACE screening and scoring, that cannot be the end goalβ€”the next step must be to take that understanding and find effective ways to communicate that to the public at large, and to use that as the basis for policies that create long-lasting solutions.

But where do we begin? How do we tackle such a lofty and ambitious goal? Fortunately for us, we do not have to start from scratch. The Frameworks Institute, a nonprofit think tank that advances the mission-driven sector’s capacity to frame the public discourse about social and scientific issues, just released a publication titled β€œReframing Childhood Adversity: Promoting Upstream Approaches,”[1] with the support of Prevent Child Abuse America and the Alliance for Strong Families and Communities.

Reframing Childhood Adversity provides a step-by-step guide to shifting the discussion from concern for individual children to support for community-wide policies, with straightforward concepts and concrete examples.

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