The National Crittenton Foundation highlights topline findings of the 2014 administration of the ACE survey at 18 Crittenton agencies in 16 states.
We now know more than ever about the negative impact of childhood adversity and the related trauma that results from exposure. We have also seen firsthand the incredible resiliency, courage and healing of which girls and young women are capable. It is clear that simultaneously supporting parents to heal from their own childhood adversities, while ensuring that their children get the best start possible in life, is a most powerful two-generation strategy.
The National Crittenton Foundation (TNCF) and ASCEND at the Aspen Institute for Beyond ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences), hosted a webinar highlighting topline findings of the 2014 administration of the ACEs survey at 18 Crittenton agencies in 16 states. The webinar covers the use of well-being questions, piloted by seven of the participating Crittenton agencies, in domains of connection, coping and stress. The webinar also includes an active orientation to the ACEs Toolkit for Providers.