The ACEs Awareness Foundation is presenting the Trauma Awareness Symposium on August 17. The symposium will be held at Jackson State University, and is being organized in concert with the Essie B. Williams Earl Glenn Family Foundation for Better Living.
The goal of this symposium is to increase community awareness of how adverse childhood experiences lead to trauma. When children experience trauma it can have lasting effects on them in adulthood, which is why the community needs to be informed and able to show compassion and sensitivity to those who have experienced trauma.
Early bird tickets are available until July 15, and include one hour of virtual consultation to help you implement or head trauma-informed strategies within your community.
Click here for the PDF on the event, or visit https://www.acesawarenessfoundationms.org/register/ to learn more and sign up.