|Service to Science Programs Highlight the Role of Parents in Preventing Substance Abuse||
Parents play an important role in their children's substance use, but few prevention programs teach parenting and communication skills that could help parents be a positive force in their child's...
|Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications for Transforming Our Systems of Care||
In this video, Dr. Heather Larkin, Assistant Professor at the State University of New York at Albany, underscores the importance of coordinating services to prevent adverse childhood experiences...
|Adverse Childhood Experiences: Risk Factors for Substance Abuse and Mental Health||
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Study assesses associations between childhood maltreatment and later-life health and well-being. In this video, Dr. Robert Anda, a co-Principal...
|SAMHSA’s CAPT Facilitates Workshop on Adverse Childhood Experiences Research||
To build awareness of Adverse Childhood Experiences research and its relevance to substance abuse prevention, the CAPT’s West Resource Team (RT) facilitated a two-day workshop in May entitled ...
|The Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Substance Abuse and Related Behavioral Health Problems.||
This fact sheet offers a brief overview of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study and some key findings on the relationship of ACEs to substance use and related behavioral health problems...
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|Washington State Family Policy Council: Shaping Policy to Address Adverse Childhood Experiences||
In this video, Laura Porter, Director of the Washington State Family Policy Council, describes how the Council has used Adverse Childhood Experiences data to mobilize prevention practitioners to...
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