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adverse childhood experiences (ACES)

It is important to address the conditions that put children and families at risk of ACEs so that we can prevent these traumatic experiences before they happen, and understand why it is important to provide early intervention and treatment services to help lessen the traumatic impact of these life experiences.

the importance of fatherhood

In America, 19.7 million children, more than 1 in 4, live without a father in the home.


Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in America; over 21% of adults (42.5 million) are affected by these debilitating illnesses each year.

child development

As early experiences shape the architecture of the developing brain, they also lay the foundations of sound mental health.


In the wake of a traumatic event, your comfort, support and reassurance can make children feel safe, help them manage their fears, guide them through their grief, and help them recover in a healthy way.

trauma informed communities

Building Resilient and Trauma-Informed Communities is essential to improving public health and well-being. Communities can be places where traumatic events occur, and they can also help keep us safe. They can be a source of trauma, or buffer us against the negative effects of adversity. Communities can collectively experience trauma much like individuals do, and they can be a resource for healing.