Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences With the CDC

Posted January 16, 2024
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

This ses­sion, one in a six-part webi­nar series, looks at the life­long impact of Adverse Child­hood Expe­ri­ences. It iden­ti­fies strate­gies and approach­es for pre­vent­ing adverse child­hood expe­ri­ences and for pro­mot­ing pos­i­tive child­hood experiences.

Post­ed: Jan. 23, 2024
Run time: 1 hour

Fea­tured Pub­lic Health Expert

Phyl­lis Holditch Niolon

Phyl­lis Holditch Niolon is a senior advi­sor for adverse child­hood expe­ri­ences with the Cen­ters for Dis­ease Con­trol and Prevention’s Nation­al Cen­ter for Injury Pre­ven­tion and Con­trol. Niolon is a senior sub­ject mat­ter expert on adverse child­hood expe­ri­ences and inti­mate part­ner violence.

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