Events Search and Views Navigation
Are you interested in delivering trainings on ACEs, trauma and resilience? The ACEs Consortium is looking to expand its community of Certified ACEs Trainers. Come join our next Training of the Trainers set to occur virtually on the following dates from 9am to 2pm: 9/14, 9/21, 9/28, 10/05, and 10/12. The Training of Trainers includes: How to deliver the content of The Consortium’s three training modules that include: The ACEs study, its data and the short/long term impacts of ACEs;…Find out more »
Meetings will be held virtually on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 10am. Please register to receive the link to join! Purpose: The Cultural Revitalization Initiative seeks to encourage all sectors to create the opportunity for “belonging” through continued education and the transformation of policy and procedure that results in “othering.” The Initiative hopes to shift cultural norms by creating opportunities to share a variety of cultural practices, foods, rituals, ceremony, arts, various codes of ethics and traditional values. We…Find out more »
Presenter: Kelly Lubeck, MPH Description: Join us for a workshop presentation on how being trauma-informed begins from within. You'll learn how building your own resilience and capacity for self-regulation are essential and transformative to the work you do in the world, especially if you want it to be trauma-informed. Registration Here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_e3PQmze2T2mGI_XoPGFdCQFind out more »
The Arizona ACE Consortium is a collaboration of more than one hundred individuals, state, county, and private organizations who meet quarterly to discuss ACEs and childhood trauma initiatives in Arizona.
Third Quarterly Meeting 2021 replay:
Second Quarterly Meeting 2021 replay:
First Quarterly Meeting 2021 Replay:
Second quarterly meeting 2020 replay (Forward to 12 min for the start of the meeting):
Download slides from Q2 Quarterly Meeting
Third Quarterly Meeting 2020 Replay:
Fourth Quarterly Meeting 2020 Replay:
The Arizona ACE Consortium is a collaboration of more than one hundred individuals, state, county, and private organizations working together.
We are made up of professionals from all walks of life, united by a desire to help Arizona’s children.
It’s a big group, and we’re committed to making sure that all families have the opportunity to raise healthy children from the start, so that every child has the opportunity to thrive.