An Upstream Approach to Preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences
Apr 5, 2018 11:00 AM EDT
Offered through Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina (PCA-NC)
Free to PCA-NC’s Prevention Network members:
If you are not yet a member of PCA-NC’s Prevention Network, you can join here.
Attend this webinar to learn how Educate Tomorrow’s Parents (ETP) has pioneered an upstream approach to preventing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).
ETP’s innovative high school curriculum empowers teens to make healthier choices today, facilitating stronger beginnings for future children and families. The program also equips teens to break inter-generational cycles of abuse, poverty, and neglect.
After 10 years of successful implementation and instructing over 7,000 teens, ETP is eager to share their methods, findings, and hopes for the future.
During this webinar, you will:
- Learn how ETP’s program fills a critical gap in preventing ACEs – including an overview of the program design and topics.
- Find out about their remarkable successes in implementing the program and responses from teens and schools.
- Hear about ETP’s plans for the future and ways ETP can help other agencies and instructors implement their programs.
About our presenters:
Randi Rubenstein, MSPH is the founder and Executive Director of Educate Tomorrow’s Parents (ETP).
Lisheema Barr is Lead Instructor and Community Outreach Coordinator at Educate Tomorrow’s Parents.
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