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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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October ACEs Newsletter 2020

October ACEs Newsletter 2020

In this newsletter, we provide various ACEs findings regarding how positive childhood experiences affect the chronic depressive disorders diagnosis, how COVID-19 relate to child development, and proper mental health follow-up care for children. We also share the latest report on the ACEs Aware provider training. Read the full newsletter here: ACEs October Newsletter 2020

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Child, Family & Community Wellness: Prevention Landscape Scan

Child, Family & Community Wellness: Prevention Landscape Scan

In partnership with the YMCA of San Diego, we are proud to have developed the 2020 Child, Family & Community Wellness: Prevention Landscape Scan. The Landscape Scan is a meta-analysis of San Diego County priority basic needs, COVID-19 challenges, child maltreatment rates, and legislation. The Landscape Scan is funded by a 5-year grant from the federal Children’s Bureau, which was…

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ACEs Aware

ACEs Aware

“SPI has a track record of collaborating across systems to maximize well-being in communities. One example is our work with AAP-CA3 and other San Diego-based organizations on ACEs Aware. We strongly believe that together we can raise awareness, promote ACEs screening, treat and heal from the negative consequences of trauma to promote the importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and…

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Age Friendly San Diego Progress Report

Age Friendly San Diego Progress Report

The City of San Diego Parks and Recreation Department spearheaded the Age Friendly San Diego initiative to identify and promote improvements that could make Parks and Recreation more supportive, not only of older adult residents, but residents of all ages. To engage residents and community leaders in increasing livability, the City partnered with The San Diego Foundation, Live Well San…

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