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We are a trauma-informed collaborative striving to create safe and stable environments through nurturing relationships to cultivate resilience by raising awareness of ACEs, stress, and trauma, and working across sectors to provide the tools, skills, resources, and support for community members to build positive childhood experiences and create a community where all can thrive.
Kankakee Iroquois Cares is a volunteer-driven coalition whose mission is to build a trauma-informed community through raising awareness about the prevalence of trauma and the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), eliminating the stigma of shame, fostering inter-agency collaboration, and expanding learning opportunities about trauma-informed services to build resilience and heal trauma.
As part of the developing multiagency partnership 'Making Kent & Medway ACE Aware', we aim to share ideas and practice, and build a network of trauma-informed, resilient communities.
The Kern County care coordination collaborative has committed to expand their system level efforts to facilitate Trauma Informed Care training among parents, providers and all public and private partner organizations that will lead Kern to become a Trauma Informed County over the next few years.
The collaborative works to train providers and their staff through our supplemental training and encourage discussions surrounding trauma in our peer to peer, and Network of care community events. Our goal is to initiate conversations to help prevent and mitigate the adverse health outcomes associated with ACEs through trauma-informed care.
We improve the well-being of residents by focusing on empowerment and equity, the prevention of ACEs, and the building of resilience.
We envision flourishing communities where every neighbor acts as agent in creating the reality of our community, every neighbor has access to the necessary resources and supports to offer our gifts and talents to the community, and all community sectors are organized to engage the gifts and talents of every neighbor for the good of the community.
Working collaboratively with schools, business, healthcare, government agencies, social services, criminal justice systems, healthcare organizations & faith communities to become a trauma-informed community. We invite all concerned citizens, professionals & advocates to partner with us to raise awareness about trauma & its effects, to build resilience, and offer hope & healing.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
LCVRC’s goal is to eliminate ACEs in our region by working with non-profit organizations, companies, schools, parents, teens, and young children to raise awareness of the effects of ACEs and connect us all to resources so we can build our own resilience to bounce back from trauma.
"Learn4Life" is a network of non-profits and charter schools working together offering a free high school diploma program based on personalized learning programs for each student supported by critical partnerships.
Lee County (NC) Resilience Community Collaborative mission is to educate the community on trauma informed care and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) to create a resilient community.
A platform for community members, professionals and leaders to collaborate across sectors in a movement to prevent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), heal from trauma, and build resilience in L.A. County.
The ACE Educator Program of the Louisiana Department of Health, Bureau of Family Health advocates for ACEs awareness and prevention across the state. We recruit and train professionals and community leaders to give no-cost presentations on ACEs and resilience science to systems, organizations, and community groups.
The Louisiana First Foundation began through First Lady Donna Edwards. The foundation’s mission is to support Louisiana’s children and spread awareness for causes such as Teach MAM (Music, Arts, Movement), Louisiana Fosters, and Anti Human Trafficking. The Foundation is excited to join a national network of advocates, community leaders, parents, teachers, and other caring contributors.
This community is a collection of organizations in Fairfield County, CT working to strengthen their knowledge of ACEs, share resources and ideas, and work together to support children and families.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
A community working in collaboration to raise awareness of ACEs prevention and to promote hope and healing.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
This group is for anyone who wishes to share information about and promote ACEs research awareness, trauma-informed/resilience-building practices, and to influence positive social change in Maryland.
Massachusetts Essentials for Childhood promotes safe, stable, nurturing, environments and relationships for the communities in which we live, learn, and work. By establishing robust public private partnerships, we promote social connection and foster collective responsibility for the wellness of families, so that regardless of race or socio-economic status, all children can thrive.
CTAT promotes the general awareness of adverse childhood experience and the importance of resiliency to develop consistent and collaborative messaging to explain the impact of trauma.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
Our community consists of a wide-range of local representatives from various public and private organizations including businesses, faith-based organizations, school districts, local government and NGOs . Together we have a common desire to make our communities trauma informed for the purpose of building resilience in our youth, families, neighborhoods and county.
Healthy and resilient kids, families, and communities are the foundation for a flourishing, vibrant region. We are dedicated to creating a trauma-informed Michigan and working together across sectors to share our efforts in building resilience and reducing toxic stress for Michigan children and families.
Creating a shared space for the community of Marion and Polk Counties, and nearby areas, will help those in need to take advantage of the great work being done to support one another to thrive--not just survive.
This group is dedicated to fostering resilience and building community in the US Midwest.
We are the local representative of the Georgia Family Connection Partnership working to improve outcomes for children and families. Our goal is to educate community sector leaders and care providers about ACES, the impact of trauma and the promise of resilience- building practices at the individual and community levels.
We share information and exchange ideas related to adverse childhood experiences, trauma and resilience that lead to practical and community-centered solutions in Minnesota.
MS ACEs Community is a diverse group of individuals from a cross sector of organizations and agencies dedicated to supporting and advocating for continuous trauma-informed care for all children and families in the state
We are committed to moving our organizations and communities toward being trauma-informed.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
We can stop the intergenerational transmission of toxic stress and build a thriving community of happy, healthy, resilient families when we focus on empowering parents, caregivers and organizations that support families. This is a site to identify community assets, educate one another, share our experiences, co-create initiatives, and take action!
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
A hub for collaboration and sharing information, resources, and ideas on educating about and preventing ACEs, healing trauma, and building resilience in Monroe County, Indiana.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
The Mountain Strong WNC Resilience spans the seven far western counties of North Carolina, including the Qualla Boundary, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
Join the movement to prevent ACEs, heal trauma and build resilience in Napa County. Our intent is that everyone in Napa County is educated about ACEs and integrates trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their work, family, community and individual lives. This is a place to work collaboratively to transform our county to one of hope, compassion, healing and resilience for all.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
"Through a network of committed partners, we are working to transform and align all sectors of our community, building a resilient and compassionate community in New Hanover County."
This is a compassionate, healing-centered space for members of the New Orleans community to learn while sharing knowledge and resources. We are shifting the narrative to create equitable, systems-level change that will increase opportunities for our children and youth to thrive. Youth voice, collaboration, and a calling to care are what drives this work.
The HEARTS Initiative is a cross-sector collaborative uniting to prevent and reduce adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and childhood trauma in the New York State Capital Region and its surrounding areas. Strengthened by the combined resources of our partner agencies, we apply the Restorative Integral Support (RIS) model to inform policies, transform programs, and advance practice."
The Newark Trauma Informed Community Network was established in partnership with Believe in a Healthy Newark and the Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition to bring together key partners and stakeholders who are providing trauma-related programs and services in Newark and begin exploring a vision and plan of action for deepening our work.
Experiencing hardships as a child can cause many problems as we get older. This community is a place where people living and working in NJ can come together to help prevent adverse childhood experience (ACEs) and create a healthier, happier state. This group was created by the NJ ACEs Collaborative, NJ DCF, the Center for Health Care Strategies, and NJEA — but made stronger by you!
The members of this group stretch from Sonoma County, across to Plumas County and all the way up to the Oregon border. Given the size of this geographic region we have meetups in local areas. Sometimes, two or three of us just have lunch to get acquainted, and find new ways to connect each others' work.  Please join us!
A forum to inform and connect individuals and communities working to promote safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments and prevent and mitigate ACEs in North Carolina.
Regionally, our goal is to inform and educate the North Coast communities to recognize and respond to the impact of traumatic stress on children and families such that in collaboration, we act with all those who are involved with the child, to facilitate and support the recovery and resiliency of the child, the family, and ultimately, each community.
We are building ACEs awareness, community, and resilience in the Carlsbad, Del Mar, Encinitas, Escondido, Fallbrook , Oceanside, San Marcos, Solana Beach, and Vista areas. We encourage the use of this online platform for working collaboratively across sectors and communities and in transforming our county into one of hope, healing, and resilience for all.
Where individuals and initiatives gather to meet, brainstorm, and collaborate about using ACEs Science inclusively to create trauma-informed families, communities, systems, and change with and for all.
We acknowledge and address life experiences due to hardship and trauma, and build resilience. We collaborate to serve our citizens and disseminate information to create a trauma-informed community.
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