Washington ACEs and Resilience Community of Practice Event November 18th – Spokane, WA Our Community of Practice events provide opportunities to connect and learn with other practitioners
Washington ACEs and Resilience Community of Practice Event November 18th – Spokane, WA
Our Community of Practice events provide opportunities to connect and learn with other practitioners from across the state who are working to grow trauma-informed, resilient, and compassionate approaches in their communities and workplaces. We meet and practice so that all children thrive in safe, stable, nurturing relationships and environments.
Guest speaker is Warren Seyler, Former Chairman of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
Looking at Historical Trauma and Tribal Resilience through Tribal Eyes
Hosted by the Washington State Essentials for Childhood, Washington State Department of Health, and the Spokane Regional Health District.
Registration will close at 120 people or on November 6, 2019, whichever is first
|Date:||November 18, 2019; 8:30 am – 3:00 pm|
|Location:||Spokane Regional Health District
1101 W College Ave
AGENDA WILL BE PROVIDED SOON
Who Should Attend?
- People who lead or participate in cross-sector community groups and initiatives in Washington State related to: ACEs, trauma-informed approaches, resilience.
- People who are working to bring trauma-informed approaches to their communities and work places in Washington State – early learning, schools, public health, primary care (health care), child welfare, behavioral health, law enforcement, and more.
- New participants are welcome, as well as people who participated in 2018-19 events.
Travel Assistance – we have a limited budget to cover travel costs for people who don’t have an organization that can support their travel and who are traveling over 100 miles. You can request travel assistance on the registration page.Note: request for travel assistance will be closed on October 25, 2019. You will not have the option after this date.
Please Note: This is not an introduction to ACEs or an ACEs training.
If you are new to ACEs and trauma informed approaches, you are welcome to attend. You may want to contact Kara Seaman at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more information about the event.
The Summary from ACE’s & Resilience Community of Practice, May 2019 event is now available for your review: “Washington State ACEs & Resilience Community of Practice Activity Harvest”
Spread the word: Please forward this announcement to other leaders and organizers in your community, including parent leaders.
If this notice was forwarded to you and you want to get future information about the Community of Practice, email email@example.com and ask to be added to the distribution list.
(Monday) 8:30 am - 3:00 pm PST
Spokane Regional Health District
1101 W College Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201