This is a fact sheet about the ACEs Aware initiative.
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The purpose of this website is to provide monthly research summaries of the most pertinent articles related to abuse, as a support for those whose goal is to create a future of violence-free families. From Stanford University and the National Library of Medicine.Also Available in:
This document addresses ways that providers can implement ACE screenings in practice.
This document includes the following materials developed by the Office of the California Surgeon General for both pediatric and adult patients: ACE Screening Clinical Workflow, ACEs and Toxic Stress Risk Assessment Algorithm, and ACE-Associated Health Conditions.
This document includes the following materials developed by the Office of the California Surgeon General for both pediatric and adult patients: ACE Screening Clinical Workflow, ACEs and Toxic Stress Risk Assessment Algorithm, and ACE-Associated Health Conditions. (ADA Version)
This fact sheet explains how Medi-Cal providers can participate in the ACEs Aware initiative by getting trained, screening patients for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), assessing risk for toxic stress physiology, responding with evidence-based interventions, providing trauma-informed care, and receiving payment.
The “ACEs Aware Clinical Team Toolkit: Preventing, Screening, and Responding to the Impact of ACEs and Toxic Stress” offers clinicians and practices comprehensive information and resources. This toolkit is composed of a series of fact sheets that are designed to be read individually.
These are Frequently Asked Questions and Answers on ACEs Aware.
This page provides answers to operational questions regarding ACEs screenings paid for by Medi-Cal. If you have any questions, please contact info@ACEsAware.org.
These are the presentation slides from the ACEs Aware Initiative unveiling on December 4, 2019.
ACEs Aware policy guidance for clinicians, Medi-Cal managed care health plans, and other stakeholders.
This is an ACEs Aware-developed sample school letter from a pediatrician to a school regarding a patient’s toxic stress symptoms and treatment plan.
The Department of Health Care Services approves specific tools to be used and questions to be asked for both pediatric and adult screenings.
This fact sheet explains why providers should screen for ACEs and describes the tools that should be used to screen children, adolescents, and adults for ACEs.
An ACEs Aware-developed tool for patients to use in developing a self-care plan to enhance well-being and decrease stress — for adults.
An ACEs Aware-developed tool for patients to use in developing a self-care plan to enhance well-being and decrease stress—for children and families.
This is the transcript from the ACEs Aware unveiling webinar on December 4, 2019.
This is an ACEs Aware fact sheet on the science of trauma and toxic stress.