ACE Collaborative Partnership Initiative Understanding ACEs: Building Self-Healing Communities Phase 2: Regional ACE Interface Presenter Training

Minnesota Communities Caring for Children (MCCC) is licensed through ACE Interface, LLC to train people to present the Understanding Adverse Childhood Experiences: Building Self-Healing Communities curriculum in Minnesota. 

Phase 2: MCCC will offer Regional ACE Interface Presenter Trainings that will train Collaborative partners to present the Understanding ACEs: Building Self-Healing Communities (ACE Interface) curriculum to their Collaboratives’ communities.

MCCC regional staff will follow up with Collaboratives after they have hosted 3 - 5 presentations in their Collaborative communities during Phase 1 and explore the Collaborative’s readiness to send a group of their local partners to be trained at a Regional ACE Interface Presenter Training. These Regional ACE Interface Presenter Training usually do not occur earlier than 1 – 3 months after an initial presentation. This gives Collaboratives time to engage a diverse cross-section of community members, partners, and parent recipients of services to participate in Phase 2.   

Once trained, these Collaborative presenters can support their Collaborative’s ongoing community-based planning, shared learning, Community Resilience Conversations, and help their Collaboratives create Community Resilience Plans during the third phase of the ACE Collaborative Partnership Initiative.

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