States Address ACEs and Trauma and Build Resilience

2022-08-31T23:29:47+00:00

By Anna Heard

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are potentially traumatic events that can affect a person’s health, well-being and success into adulthood. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated these dynamics by disrupting the lives of families. Over 140,000 […]

States Address ACEs and Trauma and Build Resilience2022-08-31T23:29:47+00:00

Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the Recent Shooting

2022-08-01T16:52:54+00:00

By The National Child Traumatic Stress Network

The recent shooting has been an extremely frightening experience, and the days, weeks, and months
following can be very stressful. Your children and family will recover over […]

Parent Guidelines for Helping Youth after the Recent Shooting2022-08-01T16:52:54+00:00

Two Professors Found What Creates a Mass Shooter. Will Politicians Pay Attention?

2022-08-01T16:50:53+00:00

By Melanie Warner

Each time a high-profile mass shooting happens in America, a grieving and incredulous nation scrambles for answers. Who was this criminal and how could he (usually) have committed such a […]

Two Professors Found What Creates a Mass Shooter. Will Politicians Pay Attention?2022-08-01T16:50:53+00:00

13 Million Children Face Hunger Every Day – and the Problem is Worse During the Summer

2022-06-22T18:44:33+00:00

By Move For Hunger

There are 13 million children in America who don’t know where their next meal will come from. Throughout the school year, many participate in programs that provide them with breakfast and lunch […]

13 Million Children Face Hunger Every Day – and the Problem is Worse During the Summer2022-06-22T18:44:33+00:00

Trends in U.S. Emergency Department Visits Related to Suspected or Confirmed Child Abuse and Neglect Among Children and Adolescents Aged <18 Years Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, January 2019–September 2020

2022-05-18T15:13:23+00:00

By The C.D.C.

Heightened stress, school closures, loss of income, and social isolation resulting from the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic have increased the risk for child abuse and neglect (1). Using National Syndromic Surveillance Program […]

Trends in U.S. Emergency Department Visits Related to Suspected or Confirmed Child Abuse and Neglect Among Children and Adolescents Aged <18 Years Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, January 2019–September 20202022-05-18T15:13:23+00:00
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