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National Summit on ACEs

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Written by Martha
Published on 5/28/2013

Institute for Safe Families Releases the Results of the Philadelphia Urban ACE Survey at National Summit on ACEs

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Philadelphia’s Institute for Safe Families Hosts Solution-Based Conference

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Written by Emily
Published on 5/21/2013

National ACE Summit a Success!

By: Emily J. Wilson, MPH, MS, CHES, Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow

Last week at the Independence Visitors Center, over 165 thought leaders, practitioners, and key stakeholders working to address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in health care, human services, education, and other child and family-serving systems converged in Philadelphia for the National Summit on ACEs. The Summit took place over the course of two days, beginning on Monday, May 13th and wrapped up on Tuesday evening, May 14th.

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Written by Emily
Published on 5/14/2013

The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences: Day Two

By Emily Wilson, MPH, MS, CHES

Today marked the second and final day of the National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) at the Independence Visitors Center in Philadelphia. Attendees were again invited to network, learn, and share with a range of partners and experts on ACEs from across the country. Day Two of the National ACEs Summit was filled with reflection, historical tribute, and the harnessing of energy and hope for the future of the ACEs movement.

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Written by Emily
Published on 5/13/2013

Opening Day of the National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences

By Emily Wilson, MPH, MS, CHES

The National Summit on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) was officially kicked off today in Philadelphia at the Independence Visitors Center. Over 160 child and family-serving professionals from the medical, mental health, public health, community development, philanthropic, and other sectors were represented at the Summit. The event brought together thought leaders, advocates, and activists from across the country and within many geographic regions of the United States.

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