This 2-page document discusses the impact of ACEs on health and the importance of stable, nurturing relationships – it is a companion piece to Too Small to Fail’s report, “Not Just ‘Soft Skills’: How Young Children’s Learning & Health Benefit from Strong Social-Emotional Development.” (Scroll down to bottom of webpage)
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This practice paper identifies the needs and experiences of trauma and resilience specific to Native communities in California. This paper explores how screening tools and trauma-informed care responses could be more responsive to Indigenous experiences and communities.
Positive Parenting Program—tips for caregiving through 16 years, with additional, formal (paid) online and in-person courses.
Easy-to-use app for practicing mindfulness meditation with the guidance of the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center.Also Available in:
This University of California, San Francisco Women’s HIV Program website provides resources on trauma-informed primary care.
A list of key Trauma-Informed Care resources.
Webpage on Social Determinants of Health, with related cross-sectoral policies, relevant data, and related resources.
Tips on positive parenting.