Prevention Resources

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are a great resource for fast facts, risk and protective factors, prevention strategies, youth support strategies, ACEs data, and funding.

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PACEs Connection supports communities to accelerate the use of PACEs (Positive & Adverse Childhood Experiences) science. Check out the communities involved, resources, blogs, podcasts, & more.

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Starr Commonwealth is driven to heal. This resource provides online education, in-person training and coaching, and direct behavioral services build resilience in children, families, and communities across the world.

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Provided by Ascend at the Aspen Institute, this toolkit includes data, survey and case studies to identify and better understand the adverse childhood experience (ACE).

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NCTSN is a great resource for learning more on child trauma, treatments/practices, Trauma-Informed Care, and resources. 

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ReClaimWV is a great resource for educators, students, and families regarding trauma, substance misuse, and mental health. 

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