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Published: February 5, 2021

In Case You Missed It: ACEs Aware January Webinar: Network of Care

The ACEs Aware January webinar on Trauma-Informed Network of Care is now available to watch at ACEsAware.org.

Presenters discussed:

  • Definitions and guidance on key elements of a trauma-informed network of care to respond to ACEs and toxic stress.
  • Strategies for establishing a robust and effective system for responding to ACE screenings and mitigating the toxic stress response with evidence-based "buffering" resources.
  • Lessons learned from Fresno County on building a network of care.

Presenters:

  • Shannon Thyne, MD – Director of Pediatrics, Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
  • Artie Padilla – Senior Program Officer, Neighborhood Development, Central Valley Community Foundation
  • Ivonne Der Torosian, MPA – Vice President, Community Health and Well-Being, Saint Agnes Medical Center
  • Amy Parks, DSW, LCSW, CLEC – Coordinator of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, Community Pediatrics, Adolescent Medicine, & Child Advocacy; Director Pediatric Healthy Steps, Department of Pediatrics, UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program

WATCH THE WEBINAR

Don’t forget, health care providers must take the online training and fill out an attestation form in order to receive Medi-Cal payment for ACE screenings.

Thank you,
The ACEs Aware Team

About ACEs Aware
The Office of the California Surgeon General and the California Department of Health Care Services are leading a first-in-the-nation statewide effort to screen children and adults for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in primary care, and to treat the impacts of toxic stress with trauma-informed care. The ACEs Aware initiative is built on the consensus of scientific evidence demonstrating that early detection and evidence-based intervention improve outcomes. The bold goal of this initiative is to reduce ACEs and toxic stress by half in one generation, and to launch a national movement to ensure everyone is ACEs Aware. For more information, visit www.ACEsAware.org.

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