​Project BRACEs: Building Resilience for Adverse Childhood Experiences Learning Sessions​

Posted on December 11, 2018

The MaineHealth ACEs team is excited to invite you to Project BRACEs: Building Resilience for Adverse Childhood Experiences Learning Sessions. This is a unique opportunity to advance skills and knowledge on ACEs, trauma-informed care, resiliency and child development. Open to all healthcare, behavioral health, public health, early childhood development, home health, early care and education professionals interested in improving the lives of patients and families exposed to ACEs and trauma. Learning Sessions: January 15th 8:00 am-12:00pm OR January 24th 8:00-12:00pm.

Physicians and their teams are also invited to take part in a learning collaborative administered by Maine Quality Counts, MaineHealth, Maine Medical Partners and Maine Behavioral Healthcare. Eligible physicians can receive Maintenance of Certification credit. LearningCollaborative runs Dec 2018 - May 2019.

Project Braces Learning Opportunities - Information Sheet

For more information please contact Gina McKenney at gmckenney@mainehealth.org