MRBN Community Resilience Facilitator Project

MRBN Community Resilience Facilitator Project
MRBN Community Resilience Facilitator Project
In 2017, MRBN received funding from the Bingham Foundation to develop Community Resilience Facilitators throughout the State of Maine who would be available to present basic information about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Resilience and help to begin conversations and facilitate dialogue around ACEs and Resilience within communities. This past May, Sue Mackey Andrews, MRBN Co-Facilitator, and Joy Anne Osterhout, MRBN Training Coordinator, facilitated a two-day training for 42 individuals to become Community Resilience Facilitators. As of July, Community Resilience Facilitators will be able to provide 30-minute, 1-hour, and 2-hour educational presentations, as requested by MRBN.
TRAINING DESCRIPTIONS:

Presentations Description Length
The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy & Thriving Children & Communities –

LEVEL 1

 

An introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study; what adverse childhood experiences look like in Maine; and introduce the important role that resilience building plays in healthy and thriving children and communities.

 

FREE

30 minutes
The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy & Thriving Children & Communities –

LEVEL 2

 

 

An introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study; what adverse childhood experiences look like in Maine; the impact of toxic stress on healthy brain development; and the important role that resilience building plays in healthy and thriving children and communities.

 

CONTACT MRBN FOR MORE INFORMATION

1 hour
The Role of Life Experiences in Raising Healthy & Thriving Children & Communities –LEVEL 3

 

 

 

An Introduction to the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study; what adverse childhood experiences look like in Maine; the impact of toxic stress on healthy brain development; looking at Adverse Community Environments and their impact on adverse childhood experiences; what ACEs look like, sound like, and feel like for those impacted; how to build resilience for healthy and thriving children and communities.

 

CONTACT MRBN FOR MORE INFORMATION

2 hours

If you would like to request one of the above educational presentations or would like more information, please contact Joy Anne Osterhout, MRBN Training Coordinator at mrbntraining@gmail.com.

 

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