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New resources--Environmental Scan Report on promising practices in trauma-informed care
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The Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative is pleased to share a number of resources and updates:
Programs Addressing ACEs and Trauma in Illinois

As recognition of the widespread impact of trauma increases, the desire to provide trauma-informed care is at the forefront of a movement to build resilience and prevent and mitigate the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Given the growing momentum for change and the need to bolster awareness of promising practices in trauma-informed care, the Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative researched over 300 programs to develop this Environmental Scan Report. The goal of the Scan was to uncover essential characteristics, promising practices, and obstacles for meaningful systems change towards trauma-informed care. Recommendations gleaned from our findings on how to integrate the science of ACEs and resiliency into program and organizational change efforts are also provided.
Click Here to Read the Report
SAVE THE DATE: Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 1:30pm-2:30pm

WEBINAR: Using Mindfulness-Based Social Emotional Learning with K-2 Students, Teachers, and Parents in Chicago Public Schools

Dr. Amanda Moreno and doctoral student Kandace Thomas will present features of the Calm Classroom K-2 project, a large randomized controlled trial of mindfulness and related strategies taking place in 30 high-poverty Chicago Public Schools. More information about their project can be found here. The registration link will be sent shortly and posted on our webpage.

 
Little Village Neighborhood Network Partners Work to Address Trauma

On Wednesday, January 11, Elena Quintana, PhD, from the Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative  led a worshop for nearly 50 leaders from the Marshall Square Resource Network.  The group gathered at Taller de José for an Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Trauma Informed Training and community updates to kick off the new year. Read more.

The Collaborative is pleased to share three policy briefs on the impact of ACEs in the health, justice, and education systems including promising practices and recommended actions for change. These briefs were developed by members of the Illinois ACEs Response Collaborative—system leaders in Illinois who are working from an ACEs-informed lens to improve systems to prevent and mitigate trauma across generations. Learn more.
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