Tag: Adverse Childhood Experiences

Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y’s ‘Igniting Collective Action: Moving Beyond ACEs’ free webinar now available

| February 9, 2021
Connections Spotlight — CCC&Y’s ‘Igniting Collective Action: Moving Beyond ACEs’ free webinar now available

Imagine a community in which the effects of childhood trauma are clearly understood, the impact of inequitable experience is acknowledged, and people are aligned toward creating equitable access to assets and protective factors that support positive life outcomes. This hour-long free training explores the roadmap to creating change at the community and system level by using the findings of both leadership research and today’s thought leaders.

Trainer: Virginia Watahomigie, Coconino Coalition for Children & Youth

Attendees comments:

“Well done yet again; you have flung open my heart & now I can head into my change leadership work in the right alignment; heart & head” “Thank You… there was so much in this presentation.  I’m proud of CCC&Y…” “This training was truly amazing and can be used no matter your walk in life…I hope that everyone and anyone takes advantage of this presentation. It really can make a difference.”

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CCC&Y — Understanding Trauma

| August 18, 2020
CCC&Y — Understanding Trauma

Rene RedDay, M.Ed, Family and Community Engagement Consultant, Building Community, details the impact trauma has on children and families and steps to gain emotional support.

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The Adverse Childhood Experiences Training set for April 30 to be rescheduled

| April 15, 2016
The Adverse Childhood Experiences Training set for April 30 to be rescheduled

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Training set for April 30 North Country HealthCare will be rescheduled.

Please contact Michelle Simmons at msimmons@nchcaz.org for more information.

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‘Field of Hope’ on display at Coconino County Courthouse. See other Child Abuse Prevention events here

| March 28, 2016
‘Field of Hope’ on display at Coconino County Courthouse. See other Child Abuse Prevention events here

The annual “Field of Hope” will be on display at the Coconino County Courthouse Lawn starting March 30, with a dedication ceremony to be held at 5:15 p.m. Friday, April 1. Sponsored by the Exchange Club of Flagstaff and Alpine Adoption, the theme this year is “Planting the Seeds of Awareness.” “Join use in an amazing […]

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The Paper Tigers Project

| November 30, 2015
The Paper Tigers Project

“Paper Tigers ” is a documentary that depicts the dramatic transformation in troubled teens when the staff at the school incorporates the findings from the ACE Study into their education and support services.

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Reminder: ACE Trauma Spring Workshop TODAY at 1pm

| May 27, 2015
Reminder: ACE Trauma Spring Workshop TODAY at 1pm

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium is offering a free training to community members and professionals: “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” The only cost is that you bring someone (parent, neighbor, foster-parent, friend, co-worker, etc.). Dr. […]

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ACE Trauma Spring Workshop

| March 19, 2015
ACE Trauma Spring Workshop

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium is offering a free training to community members and professionals: “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” The only cost is that you bring someone (parent, neighbor, foster-parent, friend, co-worker, etc.). Dr. […]

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ACE Trauma Spring Workshop in March

| February 18, 2015
ACE Trauma Spring Workshop in March

The Arizona Trauma Institute in collaboration with the AZ ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Consortium is offering a free training to community members and professionals: “Being Trauma Sensitive: What you need to know to create a better life for children and families” The only cost is that you bring someone (parent, neighbor, foster-parent, friend, co-worker, etc.). Dr. […]

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In Case You Missed It – Presentation on the NEW Department of Child Safety Available Here

| December 3, 2014
In Case You Missed It – Presentation on the NEW Department of Child Safety Available Here

Recently, Charles Flanagan (Department of Child Safety Director) presented a Discussion and Q & A on the NEW Department of Child Safety (DCS). Mr. Flanagan served as the Chair of the Governor’s independent Child Advocate Response Evaluation (CARE) Team prior to his appointment as the Director of DCS. The presentation included updates on the Department, protocols […]

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REMINDER Training Opportunity – Stewards of Children Workshop on December 10th

| December 1, 2014
REMINDER Training Opportunity – Stewards of Children Workshop on December 10th

Don’t miss this great opportunity for the Darkness to Light, Stewards of Children Training to help children stay safe from sexual predators and to increase your awareness of how to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse This is a FREE workshop for parents, staff, and volunteers advocating for or working directly with children. Hosted by North Country […]

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