The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study in a video nutshell

Dr. Robert Anda, one of the co-founders of the CDC’s Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, did this three-minute explainer about the ACE Study, its implications, and its uses. SAMHSA –the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration produced the video.

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  12. I teach elementary at a high poverty school. This was very powerful and spoke volumes of what’s happening for people in trauma. For the kids in trauma having a safe, stable adult who cares is critical for them! Truly it takes a village. We must all do our part.

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