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Grantee: Center for Healthy Children and Communities, Inc.

This paper explores strengths and barriers to administering ACE screening in tribal, urban Indian, and rural clinics. 12 key informant interviews were conducted with tribal, urban Indian, and rural organizations in California. Key informants included clinic directors with decision-making power, providers, and community health workers interacting directly with American Indian/Alaska Native patients and rural community members.

Grantee: Primary Care Development Corporation

This paper offers a roadmap to help smaller healthcare practices (those that employ 7 or fewer providers) implement trauma-informed approaches. Smaller practices are well positioned to implement trauma-informed approaches, as they often serve tight-knit populations and can tap into the needs and insights of their community and families.

This webinar explores how to more effectively address toxic stress in two-generation solutions and how other frameworks – like Strengthening Families – can play a role. Presenters included Ascend at the Aspen Institute and Ascend Network Partners Katie Albright (San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center); Jeannette Pai-Espinosa (The National Crittenton Foundation); and Jason Gortney (The Children’s Home Society of Washington State).

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