Facilitated/Presented by: Jessica A Cantin, M.S. and other special guest speakers
Join us for a deep dive into Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) as we explore the science, impact and opportunities for us to create more trauma informed community spaces for children and their families who have experienced ACEs. Take one session or sign up for all six! Registration is free.
Racism, like ACEs is a public health threat. Discover through open dialogue and research our opportunities to address racism and its impact on creating adversity for our children and their families.
There is no cost for this training. All sessions will be virtual via Zoom.
All are welcome to attend this interactive training series. Ideal for human services professionals, crisis service program advocates, family members and early care and education educators
Jessica Cantin is an Early Childhood Master Professional-Allied Professional in the NH Professional Development Credentialing System.
Funding for this program was made available through a generous grant from Mackenzie Scott.