These webinars support faith and community leaders addressing the prevention and mitigation of ACEs and their possible impact, including substance use disorders (SUDs), suicide, and other health risks. Join both webinars to hear from experts about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their potential consequences. This two-part series is co-hosted by the HHS Partnership Center and American Muslim Health Professionals with participation from CDC Injury Center, Boys & Girls Club of America, Jewish Family and Community Services and and Stanford Muslim Mental Health & Islamic Psychology Lab.
Part 2: Preventing and Addressing Childhood Trauma with Faith and Community Partners
Tuesday, Nov. 16, 12:00 p.m. EST.
Join Part 2 to hear examples of how faith and community groups are integrating prevention of Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs) into their programing and community efforts. Learn the specific evidence-based practices and strategies that have been identified to reduce these events and reduce the severity of the harms associated with them.