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We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
The Drug Endangered Children's Initiative is a collaboration of the Plymouth County DA's Office, Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) & United Way of Greater Plymouth County Family Ctr./Community Connections working together with dozens of community partners to create ACEs awareness, provide trauma-informed training, connect families impacted by substance use disorder to support & shape policy.
As a community we strive to prevent trauma, while offering hope and healing to those among us who have experienced childhood adversity. Recognizing life as a continuous series of events e.g. “lifecourse”, we weave together epigenetics (preconception), neurodevelopment (childhood & adolescence), and ACEs science (adult and aging) as we seek pathways to health and wellbeing.
We are committed to a culture of safety, understanding, and responsiveness to ACEs for children, families, and our community.
“We have the capacity, within ourselves, to create better health," writes Donna Jackson Nakazawa. We can improve our health no matter what our ACE score. Learn resilience practices that reduce stress hormones in our bodies & brains. Understand how pain, shame & trauma make self-healing harder. Explore research & resources. Share stories, struggles & successes. Practice resilience.
We are the Prince George's County (MD) Chapter of PACEs. Our goal is to educate residents about ACEs and Positive Childhood Experiences, while encouraging them to implement trauma informed and resilience building practices into their individual, family, and work lives in order to build stronger, healthier communities.
The goal of Project PACES at PSS is to raise awareness of and educate our community on Adverse Childhood Experiences, as well as provide supports to improve individual, family and community resiliency.
The Quad Cities Trauma-Informed Consortium (QCTIC) is a partnership between Family Resources and the Child Abuse Council that began in 2013 as an effort to move trauma-informed practices into the Quad Cities. Collaborating across sectors and interests allows us to effectively expand our reach while we elevate the status of our community.
To introduce ACEs Awareness, Trauma-Informed (TI) and Resilience cultures in the province of Quebec. French materials will be available.
The Queens County Mental Health Project is an initiative that focuses on whole health and basic human needs. A network of community organizations help enable referrals for additional resources. Queens Health Outreach, Empowerment and Advocacy — we aim to work together and strengthen the wellness, safety and access to services in Queens, New York.
The R.O.A.R. (Robeson Overcoming Adversity through Resilience) collaborative meets on a monthly basis to help children and families in Robeson County. We are committed to raising awareness about PACES Science and Resiliency in our community to help improve the lives of families and children.
Our Trauma Informed Community Network, located in Alexandria, Virginia, is called RAISE, short for Resilience, Alexandria: Inform. Support. Elevate. Our mission is to build a more Trauma-Informed, equitable, and resilient Alexandria by informing, supporting and elevating our community.
We convene and facilitate collaborative efforts to reduce adversity and trauma while building resilience throughout Oklahoma. We are advocates, concerned citizens, policy-makers and professionals who share information and develop practical, trauma-informed solutions to improve the lives of our children and families.
Randolph Co. NC ACEs Connection
Resources, posts, discussions, chats about national efforts to build a trauma-informed, resilience-building nation.
The goal of the initiative is to launch a cross-sector collaboration to reduce ACEs and improve health and education outcomes for children over the next 10 years.
In response to the latest brain science on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), our mission is to grow upstream wellness by cultivating Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences (HOPE) for Tennesseans through collective impact and community engagement.
Resilient Amador is dedicated to working together to promote a trauma-informed community through education, prevention, support, and advocacy, thereby raising the standard of care for all. We transform systems, individuals, families, and businesses to integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into everyone’s work, community and personal lives.
Resilient Berkeley is a cross sector, community driven collaborative committed to building Berkeley's capacity to prevent and heal trauma.
We are Resilient Bladen (NC) where we aim to educate people about ACEs and Resilience. Our intent is that everyone in Bladen County be knowledgeable of trauma, ACEs, and how to build resilience throughout our community.
We are the Brunswick County (NC) Resiliency Task Force working to increase awareness of ACEs, trauma-informed practices, and resiliency. We hope to be a guiding light leading Brunswick County to a brighter tomorrow.
To promote resilience in Columbus County through education and engagement of community members regarding the lifelong impacts of adverse childhood experiences.
We are the Resilient Communities of East Georgia and our mission is to create a network of leaders trained on building resiliency in their regions to improve mental health and ACES awareness and resources. Our vision is to give all people a voice in creating a resilient community across East Georgia so that every individual has the support and services they need to thrive and be successful.
Resilient Douglas County (formerly Douglas County Fostering Futures) supports and advances trauma informed principles by enhancing efforts toward community-wide competency in trauma informed practices that build individual and community resilience.
An action-oriented, trauma resiliency network of systems and collaborative leaders that builds and supports safe, secure, and nurturing communities through increased coordination, community education and mobilization; pre-service and in-service training for front-line workers, managers, and organization leaders; changes to policies and practices to support trauma-responsive approaches.
Resilient Inland Northwest (INW) is working to increase HOPE (Healthy Outcomes from Positive Experiences) and resiliency in Spokane and surrounding areas. Join us as we identify how our communities and systems of care can provide all children with positive childhood experiences to build resiliency, counteract adversity, and promote equity for every family.
Resilient Jefferson County is a coalition of community members whose mission is to transform our community and the health of future generations.
Working in partnership with Lake County Children’s Council, Lake County Child Welfare, Lake Family Resource Center, First 5 Lake, Lake County Probation, Redwood Community Services, Tribal members, Health Leadership Network and others to unify countywide efforts to raise awareness of ACEs,work collectively to reduce trauma,and build individual and community resilience.
Resilient Lehigh Valley is a cross-sector coalition dedicated to creating a trauma-informed and resilient Lehigh Valley by sharing best practices and advocating for trauma-informed policies and practices as well as raising awareness on trauma and PACEs.
Our Community vision is to create a compassionate and resilient county where children and families thrive. And our mission is to empower trauma sensitive "community" through regional awareness and support (including financial) to reduce the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACES) while increasing resilience.
We aim to raise awareness about the prevalence of ACEs in our community; increase trauma sensitive practices and policies; foster inter-agency collaboration to better serve residents; and improve practices at the direct service level. Our goal is to reduce barriers to high quality clinical, educational, health, and support services for residents who have experienced trauma and mental health needs
Resilient Sacramento is dedicated to preventing and reducing the number of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and traumatic events that can result in toxic stress affecting physical, social and emotional well-being . We are a diverse collective of individuals and organizations committed to supporting public policy and change that promotes healing and resiliency in the greater Sacramento Area.
We work collectively to educate our community about ACEs, resilience, and trauma-informed care. We exchange ideas, share opportunities and foster connections to transform lives through practical and community-centered solutions.
Resilient Santa Clara County (SCC) PACES Network strives to prevent ACEs, heal trauma and build resilience with dignity and hope for all in Santa Clara County.
Community Partners committed to building a Resilient Solano County
We are a cross sector working group in Williamson County called Resilient Wilco. We serve to train and educate all sectors of the community on ACEs and building Resilience. We offer ACE Interface presentations and Community Resilience Initiative certification courses along with TBRI caregiving classes. All at no cost to the community.
We're educating people in Yolo County, CA, about ACEs. Our intent is that everyone in Yolo County integrate trauma-informed and resilience-building practices into their work, family, community and individual lives.
Restorative Integral Support (RIS) is “whole life” recovery for people who face challenges of all kinds. RIS assesses an individual's needs and provides guidance for facilitating recovery. As a comprehensive, “whole person” approach to recovery from trauma, RIS includes powerful somatic therapies and other research-informed interventions.
Creating Connections for a Compassionate Culture. #RiseUp
We are working towards building a strong and thriving community. Our mission is to inspire inter-agency collaboration in order to empower people to create a trauma-informed community where resiliency is both accessible and equitable for all.
The Riverside Resilience initiative started in 2016 when county and community leaders came together to understand how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma influence health and wellbeing. The goal of the initiative is to launch a cross-sector collaboration to reduce ACEs and improve health and education outcomes for children over the next 10 years.
The Roanoke Valley Trauma Informed Community Network seeks to connect organizations to better understand, prevent, and address ACEs & trauma in our community. The RVTICN features a learning cohort of organizations who are delving into the work of creating trauma-informed systems. We provide training & resources and believe that through these connections, we can build resiliency.
Through the KidsReadyNC-Rockingham Initiative, we seek to engage the community in a conversation about ACEs to raise awareness of their impact in early childhood. We hope to provide the community the space to develop an understanding of ACEs and a framework to support building resilience starting at birth.
We are committed to building a resilient community. We invite you to join us!
This is the online platform for our ACEs, trauma-informed, and resilience-building movement. It is a call to action- a place to work collaboratively across sectors and communities, to transform our county to one of hope, healing, and resilience for all. It is based on the socio-ecological model, collective impact strategies, and resident-driven approaches to prevention, intervention, and advocacy.
A platform for students, academic professionals and university community partners to collaborate across departments to raise awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), integrate trauma informed practices and policies throughout campus, and build a resilient San Diego State University.
This group seeks to: 1) Understand what we do, what we do well, and call upon each other to collaborate. 2) Create a healing space for folks to work together across sectors. 3) Create a structured way to lift up each other’s work, align resources, and prevent fragmentation. 4) Use technology to communicate differently and stop traumatizing already traumatized systems.
We are committed to building a resilient community. Our goal is to encourage cross-sector collaboration through a trusted network of providers ensuring a continuity of care that serves children, youth, and families in our community with a history of ACEs. We invite you to join us!
We are creating child and family well being through building resilience, increasing ACEs awareness, and strengthening San Luis Obispo County community connections.
San Mateo County ACEs Connection is a community for all who are invested in creating a trauma-informed and resilient San Mateo County. This is a space to share resources, information, successes, and challenges related to addressing trauma and building resiliency, particularly in young children and their families.
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