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Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health (the Office) addresses critical contemporary issues in children’s lives that have the potential to adversely affect their health and development. The Office not only serves as a critical community resource, but also cultivates innovative and cost-effective solutions to address existing gaps in our health care and child service systems.

Connecticut Children’s Office for Community Child Health (the Office) addresses critical contemporary issues in children’s lives that have the potential to adversely affect their health and development. The Office not only serves as a critical community resource, but also cultivates innovative and cost-effective solutions to address existing gaps in our health care and child service systems.

For more than 30 years, FUTURES has been providing groundbreaking programs, policies, and campaigns that empower individuals and organizations working to end violence against women and children around the world.

Sesame Workshop is a nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to help kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder. They combine a curriculum that addresses children’s critical development needs with sophisticated use of media and a large dose of fun.

Child Welfare Information Gateway, a service of the Children's Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, promotes the safety, permanency, and well-being of children, youth, and families by connecting child welfare, adoption, and related professionals as well as the public to information, resources, and tools covering topics on child welfare, child abuse and neglect, out-of-home care, adoption, and more.

NCTSN seeks to raise the standard of care and improve access to services for traumatized children, their families and communities throughout the United States. NCTSN’s work includes advancing a broad range of effective services and interventions by creating trauma-informed developmentally and culturally appropriate programs that improve the standard of care.

AAP’s Trauma Toolbox for Primary Care is a 6-part series designed with the primary care practice in mind - those who may or may not be familiar with adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the process of asking families about exposure to ACEs or other traumatic events.

The Division’s mission is to prevent injuries and deaths caused by violence. Some of the Division’s work includes creating and evaluating the effectiveness of violence prevention programs; helping state and local partners plan, implement and evaluate prevention programs; and, conducting research on the effective adoption and dissemination of prevention strategies.

APSAC is your source for networking, education, publications and resources in the discipline of child maltreatment and related fields. Thousands of professionals from all over the world - attorneys, child protective services workers, law enforcement officers, nurses, physicians, researchers, teachers, psychologists, clergy, administrators, and allies - have joined APSAC's effort to ensure that everyone affected by child maltreatment receives the best possible professional response.

The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) is dedicated to sharing information about the effects of trauma and the discovery and dissemination of knowledge about policy, program and service initiatives that seek to reduce traumatic stressors and their immediate and long-term consequences. ISTSS provides a forum for the sharing of research, clinical strategies, public policy concerns and theoretical formulations on trauma around the world.