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Building ACEs Resilience: What’s Working in Wake County

AHA hosted Building ACEs Resilience: What’s Working in Wake County on Dec. 5, 2017 in Raleigh with six speakers sharing examples of strategies and tolls that are helping people build resilience to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and other trauma.

Hear from these speakers in this recording of the event:

  • Lorrin Freeman, Wake County District Attorney (at 0 minutes)
  • Chris Evans, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (at 7 minutes)
  • Andi Curtis, WakeMed Health & Hospitals (at 11 minutes 40 seconds)
  • Alice Lutz, Triangle Family Services (at 21 minutes 34 seconds)
  • Danica Coleman-Robinson, Apex Police Department (at 30 minutes 30 seconds)
  • Kimberly Jackson-Luzader, Raleigh Police Department (at 38 minutes 15 seconds)
  • Drew Pledger, Wake County Public School System (at 46 minutes 35 seconds)
  • Cristin DeRonja, SAFEchild (at 56 minutes 45 seconds)
  • Kim Marmon-Saxe, Buncombe County Health Dept. (at 1 hour 7 minutes 45 seconds)

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