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We are advancing PACEs Awareness and Trauma-Informed (TI) and Resilience cultures across Canada. We welcome participation from diverse professionals, community members, and first-voices recognizing we are stronger and more effective collaborating together. Join the movement! #TraumaInformedCanada #ACEsAwareCanada
Our local community network is newly formed in the Richmond, Va region and have a ton of support from local agencies, sheriff, Superintendent of Schools, and faith leaders who are passionate about changing the culture and trajectory of our community one family at a time. You are welcome to join the movement and conversation.
Carré d'Aces is a formal non profit organization registered in France, Paris. Our objective is to create awareness around ACE science and to enable young people to connect with caring adults in an anonymous and digital way. We offer a free training to our community members through short videos, stories and articles. Here is our website to know more about us : www.carredaces.com
We envision an equitable community college campus in which individuals and communities have the power to create and take part in robust systems of support that underpin personal education. We hope to help people understand the effects of their adverse experiences on their brain and health, and how to build resilience and prevent future adversity in themselves and others.
Central Texas Resilience Network is a community space for members striving to promote education, intervention, and healing to create more trauma-aware and trauma-sensitive families and communities and to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in Central Texas.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in Charleston, SC. The Center for Family and Community Wellness, Inc. is the parent organization of all PEACEXPEACE communities.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel.
"We are raising awareness of ACEs and their effect on early brain development, the importance of fostering resilience, and striving to embed these principles in the Charlotte, NC area community."
Join in conversations inspired by Donna Jackson Nakazawa's book, Childhood Disrupted: How Your Biography Becomes Your Biology, and How You Can Heal. We'll chat about the latest research on how ACEs can affect our health, happiness, and relationships; vent a little; and brainstorm our best ideas for resiliency and healing.
The Chippewa Valley Child Poverty Coalition is a group of individuals with a mission to promote public, private, and legislative awareness of child poverty, associated Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s), and their far-reaching impacts on society.
The Chisago County ACEs Initiative is a collaborative group of cross-sector partners coming together. We are passionate about making a difference in our community. This initiative aims to move from ideas to action.
A platform for youth leaders, community members, and professionals to collaborate across sectors in a movement to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), heal from trauma, and build resilience in City Heights.
The Clallam Resilience Project’s mission is to build resilience through fostering trauma-sensitive care and expanding the understanding of Neuroscience, Epigenetics, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Resilience (NEAR) sciences for the benefit of everyone in Clallam County.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in Clayton County, GA. The Center for Family and Community Wellness, Inc. is the parent organization of all PEACEXPEACE communities.
The Colorado PACEs Connection group is dedicated to preventing and reducing the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in Colorado. We are a diverse collective of community members striving to promote healing and create trauma-aware and resilient communities across the state of Colorado.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in Columbia, SC.
The Columbia County Childhood Trauma Informed Network (CTIN) is a cross sector network of providers and organizations that work together to address childhood trauma and build resilience in children, families and communities in Columbia county. Our membership includes over 20 organizations who represent the education, healthcare, child welfare, criminal justice, business and community sectors.
The Consortium to Create Sanctuary in the Columbia River Gorge is a community based effort aimed at spreading knowledge on childhood and lifelong adversity and the power of resiliency to improve lives. The work is currently supported by the Mobilizing Action for Resilient Communities (MARC) Grant awarded by the Health Federation of Philadelphia with support from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
A forum to inform and connect individuals and communities working to promote safe and stable environments for individuals and communities. This forum aims to prevent & mitigate ACEs in Zambia and beyond.
We bring the community together to raise awareness of ACEs and their health effects and to promote health & wellness skills that build resilience.
A platform for community members, leaders & parents who are passionate about preventing trauma & building resilience. Share information, exchange ideas & work collaboratively across sectors to develop solutions that support trauma-informed and resilience-building practices in all domains of life & work. A Community of Hope, Healing & Resilience for ALL!
Concord ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware Concord, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
Create Hope Northeastern Oklahoma is dedicated to creating awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Counter ACE's. We are committed to creating H.O.P.E. (Healthy Outcomes through Positive Experiences) throughout Northeastern Oklahoma.
The effort is underway to build a more trauma-aware, trauma-sensitive, trauma-informed, healing-centered Dauphin County. Our aim is to work with service providers, nonprofit organizations, employers, advocates and individuals, in order to create a comprehensive and inclusive county-wide network focused on trauma prevention, treatment and recovery.
With a focus on a system that engages the school system, department of social services, juvenile justice, providers and other valuable agencies to educate and support community members in being a trauma informed landscape to ensure a greater resilience for all.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in DeKalb County, GA. The Center for Family and Community Wellness, Inc. is the parent organization of all PEACEXPEACE communities.
We are educating people and raising awareness in Del Norte County about ACEs and resiliency. Our hope is for everyone in Del Norte and Adjacent Tribal Lands (DNATL) to live in a resilient community and integrate trauma-informed practices into all areas of their lives!
The mission of the Delaware ACEs Action group is to advance trauma-informed initiatives in Delaware, including trauma-informed approaches in any and all settings where people are served.
We are building healthy, resilient communities to reduce and prevent exposure to the short- and long-term consequences of ACEs and trauma.
Denver Metro Area community members and professionals from healthcare, education, businesses, law enforcement, faith organizations and legal systems who collaborate to measurably reduce the impact of trauma on children and families by building individual and organizational resiliency resulting in healthy, sustainable neighborhoods.
An online platform for child health providers, child care providers, mental health professionals, and community based organizations to come together to promote a more trauma-informed community on Long Island and improve the outcomes for our most vulnerable population - children. Join now and start sharing your work with others in your community!
The Durango, Colorado ACEs Connection group is dedicated to preventing and reducing the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in the greater Durango area. We are a diverse collective of community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware and resilient community.
The Durham ACEs Resilience Taskforce (DART) envisions Durham as a resilient community where all people thrive. Its mission is to build upon the strengths of Durham communities and systems, advancing an equitable and culturally responsive approach to prevent and respond to toxic stress and trauma.
We are the DCRC -Durham Community Resilience Collaborative where we are educating people about ACEs and the legacy of trauma. Our intent is that everyone in Durham Region integrates trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their work, family, community and individual lives. Our Vision: Durham Region is a resilient community working together to prevent and heal trauma.
Preventing and Eliminating Adverse Childhood Experiences by Promoting and Empowering All Children to Excel in Durham-Chapel Hill, NC.
The purpose of the Dutchess County PACES Task Force is to improve the wellness of the community by providing education about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and their impact on individuals of all ages.
Mission: To educate the East Baton Rouge Parish community on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and promote resiliency through evidence based, trauma informed practices.
For momentum, inspiration, continued partnership and connection for members of the 2018-2019 Breakthrough Series Collaborative.
The purpose of the TCCY East Tennessee ACEs Knowledge Mobilization Team is moving knowledge from formal research to active use in such a way that it changes philosophy and approach, policies and funding, program and services, and professional practice as sustainable changes in multiple sectors of a community.
A cross-sector collaboration improving rates of many interrelated and intergenerational health and social problems by investing in people most at risk and reducing and preventing the root cause of these problems: ACEs. We are based in East Tarboro, North Carolina. We seek to design solutions around the needs of rural, majority black communities, particularly in the rural south.
Our mission is to prevent and heal adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) by promoting ideas, policies, and practices that increase awareness, compassion, and resilience in El Dorado County. Our vision is that everyone thrives in a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment.
A community for those who are interested in how PACEs intertwines in the life course, or who are interested in the PACEs-related lives, interests and issues of people 65 and older.
Elevate Montana is a movement dedicated to elevating the well-being and futures of our children through awareness and actions based on ACEs and trauma-informed approaches to build resilience in children and families."
"Our desire is to educate, connect, and build resilience in Lexington's children, parents, educators, professionals, and the community as a whole. Understanding and embracing the reality of ACEs and building resilience will create hope for our future. We provide training and tools to facilitate hope in Kentucky!"
East Menlo and EPA ACEs Connection is a space for community members striving to promote healing and create a more trauma-aware community across Willow Road, connecting East Menlo Park to East Palo Alto, to collaborate on strategies to prevent and reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in this community.
Erie County ACEs is committed to broadening the exposure to trauma science. Offering tools and support for integrating resilience building into our social and institutional practices.
The Erie County-Trauma Responsive Community Coalition is located in Erie County, Ohio. The coalition is composed of businesses, schools, community organizations, government agencies, civic groups and individuals. The goal of the coalition is to weave a trauma-responsive culture into every business, agency and school across the county.
The Fairfax County Trauma-Informed Community Network (TICN) is a multi-disciplinary, multi-agency effort to implement and support Trauma-Informed Care initiatives across the Health, Housing, Education and Human Services System. The Fairfax TICN is one of 19 such networks across the Commonwealth of Virginia. http://bit.ly/fairfaxTICN
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