16 Strong works with adolescents to empower resilience to ACEs through educational workshops, school partnerships, and community outreach. We strive to continue conversations that help young people recognize and navigate the challenges they are facing as a result of ACEs.
The Intensive Alternative Family Treatment ® Network in North Carolina strives to reduce the impact of ACEs of youth, families, treatment parents and staff by focusing on resiliency and healing through a team approach. The IAFT® network, Strong Families, Safe Homes, Nurturing Communities where everyone will have the supports, they need to overcome challenges and thrive.
This site is a private peer-to-peer community for ACEs Aware grantees to share information, tools and resources. Through this Community, Grantees can communicate about issues and share opportunities and lessons learned. In addition, ACEs Aware webinars, blog posts and grantee information from Aurrera Health Group will be shared and stored here for easy access.
We at ACEs Caribbean Community are here to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and promote Protective Factors, Positive Experiences, Hope, and Resilience throughout the Caribbean. Our desire is to inform and transform our region to see more empowered, trauma-informed, and resilient people, families, communities, organisations, and nations.
Welcome! This community offers supportive sharing of ACEs and trauma-responsive ideas, resources, discussion and innovative practice across Australia. We’re about building resilience, promoting healing, understanding trauma, and reducing and preventing the impact of ACEs across all sectors. All ACEs Connection members are warmly invited to join!
Hawai'i is a place of natural beauty, multicultural heritages and practicing cultural arts that provides wellness and healing. However, cultural, historical & generational trauma has lead to an imbalance in our ahupua'a or ecosystem. Join us as we educate, empower & celebrate wellness and resilience building in our communities using trauma and culture aware strategies. Mahalo
A shared space for any parent, child, student, individual or professional interested in learning about ACEs, resilience building, personal or community healing, and trauma informed best practices. Information, resources and events are to inform & engage the people, communities & organizations of Ontario, Canada. Membership is open to all ACEs Connection Members. Welcome to our community!
The mission of ACEs Ireland is to prevent and mitigate the lifelong impact of childhood adversity to improve the safety, health, and prosperity of our community. Our intent is that everyone in Ireland integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their family, community, work, and individual lives.
Working to compile, share, and advance ACEs, trauma-informed, and resilience-building programs for children and youth across sectors and settings.
The ACEs Indiana Coalition is dedicated to growing awareness on Adverse Childhood Experiences and building self-healing communities. Each ACE Interface Master Trainer brings a unique background to ACEs education and the implementation of trauma-informed care. As we join together we look forward to building a more resilient, thriving, community.
We want to make San Bernardino County the national leader in prevention and recovery from ACEs. To do so, we are creating the conditions for all educators, health care, behavioral health, social service and law enforcement professionals to apply evidence-based best practices with partners across disciplines.
We conduct ACEs awareness activities on behalf of Tulare County. Our focus area is currently on Father Engagement...When it comes to the growth and development of young children, father engagement is incredibly influential. Research has shown that children benefit directly from the involvement of a father in their lives, especially if that father is engaged.
In this community we will explore the root causes of addiction while focusing on recovery and human resilience.
A group bringing together professionals, community members, and advocates who share a passion to reduce trauma and build resiliency in Alameda County. Please use this group as a forum to share information, exchange ideas and host dialogue that lead to practical and community centered solutions.
The Alberta Champions for Children is a community committed to creating an ACEs Aware and Resilience Informed Alberta. We work together to grow understanding of how childhood trauma can affect a person’s social, mental, and physical health across the lifespan and are committed to inspiring a Province that is able to meet individual’s with the compassion needed to break the cycle of intergeneratio
The mission of ACE Nashville is to prevent and mitigate the lifelong impact of childhood adversity to improve the safety, health and prosperity of our community. Our vision is for Nashville, and Tennessee, to be a safe, stable, and nurturing community for all.
A state-wide, community-driven movement that offers a new way of developing holistic solutions to longstanding problems. ACT-CA unites community members to co-design solutions with their city officials and enact policies that equitably improve child well-being.
A platform for students, faculty, academic professionals, and community partners to share information and bring awareness to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), while collaborating with one another in an effort to build a trauma informed campus and integrate those ideals into neighboring communities.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
A curated space by the American Academy of Pediatrics, California chapters for pediatricians to view relevant events and resources as well as have dialogue on the ACEs Aware initiative, implementation, best practices and more.
We are building a healthy, connected and resilient community.
The members of Arizona ACE Consortium promote ideas, policies and practices that reduce and prevent childhood adversity and build resilience in individuals, families and communities. ACEs can last a lifetime, but they don't have to.
We are a cross-sector collaborative dedicated to creating safe, positive, nurturing, and flourishing families and communities.
From across Minnesota, across ages, experiences, cultures, races, and ethnicities, we came together. As we learn about ACEs and how this knowledge can help us as individuals and our communities to heal, we strengthen and support each other to be agents of that healing.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in Atlanta, GA. The Center for Family and Community Wellness, Inc. is the parent organization of all PEACEXPEACE communities.
A hub for sharing information about HOPE and working together to build strategies, programs and tools based on the HOPE positive experiences framework. as part of a strength-based framework to address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
A platform for medical students, clinical/academic professionals and university community partners to collaborate across the United States with other medical universities to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), integrate trauma informed practices and policies throughout campuses, and build a resilient Baylor College of Medicine.
Bayview Hunter's Point ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware neighborhood, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
We are the Lower Mainland British Columbia ACEs group. We are dedicated to educating our communities about ACEs, thereby contributing to the resilience and well-being of individuals, organizations, and communities through trauma-informed and resilience-building practices.
Beach Cities ACEs Connection is committed to solving our regions most intractable problems using ACEs science and a trauma-informed approach. We are committed to building a more resilient community where all families thrive
Resilience at work. What does it mean to be trauma-informed at work? How is it defined and assessed? How do we measure success? What policies, protocols, and training exist? How does becoming trauma-informed change us and our work? We share the nuts and bolts of becoming a trauma-informed organization and our struggles, questions, and successes, too.
Benchmarks’ Center for Quality Integration redesigns the local child welfare/behavioral health system, changing the way child welfare, Medicaid Managed Care Organizations, local providers, and the wider community understand the need for accessible, appropriate mental health services for children, youth and families who have experienced potentially traumatic events.
Benicia ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Benicia, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
Here's a place where you can review books, educational dvds and documentaries that relate to ACE concepts or trauma-informed practices. "Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world." ~ Nelson Mandela
Bounce is a coalition of community partners working together to build the resiliency of children, adults, and families by improving knowledge about the impact of ACEs and the skills to help people bounce back from adversity. We do this by: educating and training; measuring impact; and advocating for policies that support trauma-informed communities. www.bouncecoalition.org
Building Resilience and Courage to Excel in Pitt County.
We are a collective of educators, health care professionals, community members and more who work to prevent and reverse the effects of childhood traumas such as adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). Our goal is to brighten the future for children, their families, and our communities.
We are the St. Louis Area community where we are educating people about ACEs. Our intent is that everyone in the St. Louis Area integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their family, community, and individual lives.
A network for community members, professionals and leaders to collaborate across sectors in a movement to prevent and address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), heal from trauma, and build resilience. We encourage the use of this network to collaborate across sectors and find resources within South Florida communities moving to transform our community into one of hope, healing, and resilience.
Building a Resilient Community in Franklin County & the North Quabbin is devoted to providing tools, resources, and information to become a trauma-informed region to build the resilience and well-being of our children, families, individuals, neighborhoods, and communities in the most rural county of Massachusetts.
The Building Flourishing Communities TEAM site to support our mission which works by activating local leadership through an understanding of the importance of early childhood development and how our earliest experiences affect our health and well-being through-out life. We're developing highly-trained volunteer Master Trainers, who in turn identify local leaders and train them in the model.
We unite parents, youth, community residents, community physical and mental health organizations, school principals and staff, community leaders from faith, justice, politics, business and other sectors, and the Northwest Side Housing Center to prevent adversity, promote healing, and build resilience in Belmont Cragin.
We are working to increase awareness about ACEs in Western North Carolina in order to change systems to be trauma-informed and to build community resilience.
We have come together to understand and to raise awareness about the impact that adverse childhood experiences have on our children, our friends and neighbors, and our community.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
This community is for resource and referral (R&R) staff implementing California's Emergency Child Care Bridge Program for Foster Children (Bridge Program). This forum is for you to share resources, ask questions, and connect with fellow R&Rs to plan & implement trauma-informed care training and coaching for child care providers throughout California.
The California Essentials for Childhood Initiative uses a public health and collective impact approach to align and enhance collaborative efforts to promote safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments for children, youth and families through systems, policy and social norms change.
A group of practitioners, healers, policy advocates and all other people committed to making California a place that is healthy and safe for everyone.