Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences

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Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences

Learn about the impact of early childhood trauma and what communities can begin doing to build resilience

By Northwestern CSB Prevention and Wellness Services

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, April 13 · 12 - 4pm EDT


Moose Lodge Front Royal 1340 John Marshall Highway Front Royal, VA 22630

About this event

  • 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

This is the 3rd training in a series being presented by Northwestern CSB's Prevention and Wellness Services in partnership with Front Royal Moose Lodge

Lunch is being provided at 12:00 and the training is from 1:00-4:00. Find out 1) how early childhood trauma impacts brain development, 2)how adversity early in life can lead to lifelong social, behavioral and physical outcomes and 3) what we can begin doing to build more resilient communities. Registration is requested.

All trainings are free thanks to grant funding that Northwestern CSB receives and the generosity of the Front Royal Moose Lodge.

About the organizer

The mission of Northwestern CSB's Prevention and Wellness Services is to prevent substance misuse, suicide and problem gambing and promote mental wellness in Virginia's Laurel Ridge Planning District through a truama-informed, collaborative lens.