ACEs, Trauma-Informed Care
ACEs Connection is a social network that accelerates the global movement toward recognizing the impact of adverse childhood experiences in shaping adult behavior and health, and reforming all communities and institutions.
ACEs and Toxic Stress: Frequently Asked Questions
CDC Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Resoucres
Curriculum & Enrichment, Digital Learning & Apps
Foundations is a FREE online program with minimal adult help required! Students will learn about Social-Emotional Learning, and receive the building blocks for school, such a courage, integrity, and health. Math and reading components will still be met, along with physical activity and fun virtual field trips! Foundations was created by certified teachers and counselors from the CLC Team. (1) Head to Google Classroom link to view the module. www.classroom.google.com (2) Select the “Go to Classroom” button (3) Log in using your personal gmail account (4) Select the plus (+) sign in the right-hand corner of the screen, then select “join class” (5) Enter our classroom code: ctyxpqw
Trauma Informed Care Project
Community Collaborations/Partnerships, Trauma-Informed Care
Trauma Informed Care (TIC) is an organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. It emphasizes physical, psychological, and emotional safety for both consumers and providers, and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.
Attachment & Trauma Network (ATN)
ACEs, Community Collaborations/Partnerships, Trauma-Informed Care
The Attachment & Trauma Network’s mission is to promote the healing of children impacted by trauma through supporting their families, schools, and communities.
Peace Over Violence
ACEs, Community Collaborations/Partnerships, Community-Based, Gangs and Violence, Trauma-Informed Care
Peace Over Violence is a nonprofit 501c3, multicultural, community-based and volunteer centered organization dedicated to building healthy relationships, families, and communities free from sexual, domestic, and interpersonal violence. To achieve this mission our agency manages five departments delivering the services of Emergency, Intervention, Prevention, Education, and Advocacy.
Helping Traumatized Children Learn: A Report and Policy Agenda
ACEs, Gangs and Violence, Mental Health, Trauma-Informed Care
Helping Traumatized Children Learn is the result of an extraordinary collaboration among educators, parents, mental health professionals, community groups, and attorneys determined to help children experiencing the traumatic effects of exposure to family violence succeed in school.