Grantee Events

Grantees across the state are developing supplemental trainings and webinars to support the mission of ACEs Aware.

View the full list of certified ACEs Aware trainings here.

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Grantee Spotlight Webinars

On Tuesday, December 14, 2021, three ACEs Aware Network of Care grantees shared their successes promoting ACE screenings, sustainable trauma-informed networks to mitigate toxic stress. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris listened to each presentation with an opportunity to ask the grantees targeted questions about what their efforts have accomplished for their communities through their Planning or Implementation Networks of Care grants.

Featured Grantees:

  • First 5 Tehama, Planning Grantee
  • Westside Infant-Family Network (WIN), Planning Grantee
  • Cottage Health, Implementation Grantee

On Wednesday June 16, 2021, three ACEs Aware grantees shared their successes promoting ACE screenings, sustainable trauma-informed systems-level changes, and self-care and resilience to health and human services staff during their grant activities. Dr. Nadine Burke Harris listened to each presentation with an opportunity to ask the grantees targeted questions about what they are learning and how their promising practices can inform the ACEs Aware initiative.

Featured Grantees:

  • Tri-City Mental Health
  • Kings County Department of Public Health
  • Hanna Institute

Grantee Core Trainings

This training may be taken at any time.

The Pediatric Resiliency Collaborative (PeRC) provides Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) training for pediatric providers and clinic staff. Through the support of the ACEs Aware initiative, PeRC has developed a framework for training clinics and community partners.

Training 1: Introduction to ACEs and Resilience

Training 2: Secondary Traumatic Stress and Self-Care

Training 3: Strategies for Patient Engagement

Training 4: ACEs Aware Clinical Workforce Training

This training series may be taken at any time.

This Core training series from Futures Without Violence offers healthcare providers a unique opportunity to learn about how to prevent and respond to ACEs in clinical settings, using evidence-based tools and trauma informed strategies that promote family resiliency.

  • Part 1: Addressing ACEs and Toxic Stress: Understanding CUES to Support Families and Patients
  • Part 2: Increasing Staff Capacity: Trauma-Informed Care Begins with Health Care Providers and Staff
  • Part 3: Equity & Trauma-Informed Practices Are Essential to Our ACE Work with Families

Grantee Supplemental Trainings

This training series may be taken at any time.

This 4-module supplemental training series is developed by RCHC and designed for health care teams interested in screening for ACEs and applying trauma-informed care in their practice.

  • Module 1: Foundation of Care
  • Module 2: Workflows for Screening that Work
  • Module 3: Responses that Heal
  • Module 4: When Healers Hurt 

This training from Tri-City Mental Health will delve into how we each play a vital role in supporting the health and well-being of children, adults, families, and communities. The training includes self-care information, strategies, and resources to prevent and address the impact of ACEs and toxic stress and unlock the potential of the next generation.

Who should attend: This training is open to service providers, educators, parents, caregivers and community members.

Upcoming trainings are on the following Wednesdays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm. Register for free by clicking on the links below:

For more information, please view the ACEs Aware Supplemental Community Training flyer or contact Tri-City Mental Health, ACEs Aware grantee, at aces@tricitymhs.og.

This training series may be taken at any time.

This supplemental training series from Futures Without Violence offers healthcare providers a unique opportunity to learn about how to prevent and respond to ACEs in clinical settings, using evidence-based tools and trauma informed strategies that promote family resiliency.

  • Part 1: Engaging People Who Use Intimate Partner Violence
  • Part 2: Systems Change and Partnership Recommendations
  • Part 3: Universal Education for DV/IPV-Considerations for Implementation and Reimbursement

This training is available to watch on demand for 1.5 CME/CE credit.

This webinar from the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children – California ACEs Academy discusses opportunities for ACEs screening implementation in the medical setting, identifies evidence-informed clinical approaches for responding to ACEs within pediatric and family medicine practice, and presents effective strategies for responding to ACEs through community partnerships.

Panelists:

  • Dr. Rachel Gilgoff
  • Dr. Leena Singh
  • Dr. Victoria Sparks
  • Lacie Ketelhut, MS, CHES