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ACEs Aware Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap

ACEs Aware Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap

The finalized ACEs Aware Trauma-Informed Network of Care Roadmap: A Guide for Strengthening Community Relationships was released. The Roadmap shares practical steps that health care providers, community-based organizations, and social service agencies can utilize within their own communities to build and grow cross-sector Networks of Care. These connections built among health care teams, individuals, and families prevent and address the ACEs…

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June ACEs Newsletter 2021

June ACEs Newsletter 2021

SPI’s June ACEs newsletter highlights the new campaign The Story of Your Number, shares the newest resources from ACEs Aware such as the ACE Screening Implementation How-To Guide, and links to the ACEs handouts that were translated into multiple languages by our partners at the AAP-CA3. The newsletter also features the YMCA’s new e-book titled “Buffering the Effects of Childhood Experiences…

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April ACEs Newsletter 2021

April ACEs Newsletter 2021

In our April Newsletter, we are honoring Child Abuse Prevention Month. We have been collaborating with our partners at the American Academy of Pediatrics-California Chapter 3 and San Diego’s YMCA Youth & Family Services to spread awareness and reframe the conversation around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) during this special month. We highlight our latest Network of Care convening and even share a resource from…

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March ACEs Newsletter 2021

March ACEs Newsletter 2021

We are featuring many highlights, events and resources in our ACEs Aware March Newsletter. We are very excited to feature our newest Knowledge to Action Brief on the Social Determinants of Health and in relation to ACEs. In addition, our partners at the YMCA Youth and Family Services has also developed a helpful ebook, in English and Spanish, for parents…

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Connections Beyond Screening

Connections Beyond Screening

During our third round of Network of Care convenings, the regional network participants from North County, East County, and Central San Diego came together to review lessons learned, to dive deeper into challenges with referrals, and next steps and opportunities. Stay tuned for more resources as well as a final report and recommendations for going forward, beyond screening. Resource Highlight…

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March Newsletter 2021

March Newsletter 2021

We are bringing you some very exciting highlights, updates and resources this month! We give you the latest in SDSU’s Big Idea Challenge and share the Social Policy Institute’s video, Healthy Aging Across the Lifespan, that was featured in the Big Idea Showcase. We also give you and update on PACEs Connection, formally known as ACEs Connection, introduce the Family…

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Early Adversity and Social Determinants of Health

Early Adversity and Social Determinants of Health

Some individuals experience more positive health outcomes than others due to various factors known as the Social Determinants of Health (SDOH). The Social Determinants of Health encompass a person’s environment, their individual behaviors, political factors and more. In our latest Knowledge to Action Brief, we discuss the SDOH in depth and how closely they are intertwined with Adverse Childhood Experiences…

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Reframing Childhood Adversity: Promoting Upstream Approaches

Reframing Childhood Adversity: Promoting Upstream Approaches

The FrameWorks Institute is a research organization that helps mission-driven organizations communicate about social issues to build public will to support progressive change. Julie Sweetland, a Senior Advisor at FrameWorks, recently presented a webinar discussing the newly released brief Reframing Childhood Adversity: Promoting Upstream Approaches. With the support of Prevent Child Abuse America and Alliance for Strong Families and Communities,…

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February ACEs Newsletter 2021

February ACEs Newsletter 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we are excited to provide the latest update with our second round of Networks of Care convenings amongst pediatricians and community-based organization leaders in San Diego. We also provide great resources detailing what a trauma-informed network of care looks like, child and family well-being during the pandemic, and facts about health from the Center on the…

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