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Virtual Bridges to Resilience Conference 2021

Join us for the 5th annual BRIDGES TO RESILIENCE conference on June 9th! This virtual event provides a day of networking that strengthens the trauma informed care networks by raising awareness of resources that can help prevent, treat, and heal the harmful consequences of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). Register today at

Whole People Film Discussion on Tuesday, December 15th at 7p.m. EST

ACEs Connection, the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy & Practice ( CTIPP), and the Relentless School Nurse will be hosting a Zoom discussion on Tuesday, Dec, 15th at 7p.m. EST about parts 1, 2, and 3 of Whole People. We hope you can join us: Pre-Registration Link Quotes from Childhood Trauma (Part 1 of Whole People): If you have yet to watch the Whole People series, you can still do so by visiting the PBS website. There is no cost to watch. 101 | Childhood Trauma | 102 | Healing...

Ventura County declares racism a public health crisis []

By Hayley Smith, Los Angeles Times, November 17, 2020 The Ventura County Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis. Spurred by the recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery , Breonna Taylor and George Floyd — and by a nationwide history of discrimination and oppression against Black people, Indigenous people and other people of color — the resolution was the result of a months-long collaboration between county officials and community groups.


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