March 18, 1-2PM EDT
The New England Rural Health Association, the New York State Association for Rural Health, and the Foundation for Community Health invite you to a webinar on “The Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Health and Wellbeing and the Importance of Providing Trauma-Informed Care.”
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are one of the largest public health crises of our time. The short and long-term impact of exposure to ACES can be profound, and can negatively affect all facets of life.
Healthcare and social service organizations provide a vital role in supporting those who have experienced ACEs. Becoming a trauma-informed organization is essential to offering care to survivors of ACEs. There are concrete tools and skills that can be implemented to provide a safe and healing environment for the community.
Rebecca Hoffmann Frances, LMFT
Senior Director of Clinical Innovation and Training
Maine Behavioral Healthcare
CME and NYS Social Work CE credits are available for purchase after the event ($10.00 fee).