Free virtual training for Adverse Childhood Experience
One in six adults have experienced four or more ACEs in their lifetime.
These experiences can have a life long effect on mental as well as physical health.
Thur. Mar. 18 from 1 to 4 p.m. Northwestern Community Services Board (NCSB) will offer a free virtual training session.
The session is designed to raise awareness and make people aware of resources available that can help relieve the trauma.
Pre-registration is required and open through Mar. 17 at the event page Facebook.com/LordFairfaxYRA.
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