Science has shown us that the negative effects of smoking can be altered if we take the positive step of quitting. The same can be said for the effects of childhood trauma. As individuals and community members, we can all take actions that will have a positive impact on people’s lives. Negative childhood experiences may lead to struggles with school or jobs, social interactions, and physical health. But positive actions can change a person’s life for the better.

To learn how you can make a difference join Tricia Long, LCMHC and Daniella Caserta, the regional Building Flourishing Communities Facilitators, at one of two workshops that are being offered locally.

 

Choose one:

Tuesday, November 7th @ Hazen Auditorium from 6 – 8PM     

Tuesday, November 14th @ GMTCC from 6 – 8PM.

 

 

Click below to register:

 Tickets (Reservations are recommended but not required).

To learn more about the science of the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE’s) visit: Resilience

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