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Sonoma County Blue Dot Project

Sonoma County is participating in standing united to support maternal mental health month with the traveling blue dot. The Blue Dot is the national symbol for maternal mental health survivor-ship, support, and solidarity. The Purpose of TheBlueDotProject is to: *Raise awareness of maternal mental health disorders, *Proliferate the blue dot as the symbol of solidarity and support, *Combat stigma and shame If you and/or your agency would like to participate...

April Monthly Resource Packet 2022

Hello Sonoma County ACEs Connection! The Family Service Coordination Team of Buckelew Programs sends out a monthly resource packet that has information from organizations that support the community: flyers, schedules, calendars, events, & infographics. The April 2022 Monthly Resource Packet is on our website at: Let me know if you have any questions and/or if you know anyone else that would like to...

Wear Blue 4 Kids

Let the countdown to #WearBlue4Kids Day begin! This Friday, April 1, break out your best blue outfit 🧢 👕👖👗 and help us raise awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month and show your commitment to keep kids safe! Wear Blue anywhere – to work, to school, a community event, the gym and even at home. Invite your friends, family, students, co-workers or even your entire office to Wear Blue too. It doesn’t matter if it’s a blue shirt or blue suede shoes, the unified, community-wide act of...

Sonoma County PACEs Connection March Minutes

March 24th, 3-4PM via Zoom Agenda: Welcome and Introductions Mindful Moment Community PACES Champion Celebrating Parents as Heroes event ARPA update Steering Committee Future Meetings: In-Person, Zoom, hybrid Outreach Partner Check-Ins Future Agenda items In attendance: Elizabeth Smith-SCPC Community Manager, Bryan Clement-ACES Resource Network, Renee Alger-First 5 Sonoma, Evette Minor, Lizbeth Torres-CPI, Dana Swilley-Sonoma Connect/Sonoma Unidos, Katherine Ferry-SCIHP, Irma Cuevas-Violence...

Ask the Community

July 28, 2021, 10:00 AM- 11:00 AM PDT Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs, are shown to increase the risk of chronic health conditions including substance use disorder. These ACES, frequently experienced as “trauma” in early childhood, can have a profound impact on one’s health. Fortunately, there is growing recognition that a trauma-informed approach can help individuals, organizations and systems better serve those living with addiction. Join us for a conversation with a researcher and...Read More...

Grad student seeks your input?

Hello Sonoma County ACEs Connection members, My name is Brandin Gordon and I am a graduate student at the University of San Francisco working in dual-degrees in Public Health and Behavioral Health. My fieldwork project will focus on trauma informed care at an organizational level. Utilizing knowledge from my dual majors, my goal is to develop a deeper understanding of organizational needs to implement trauma informed care. In the next couple of weeks, I will be reaching out to organizations...Read More...
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