Register: 2024 Rural ACEs Summit, “Bridges to Belonging”
Join PHI’s Population Health Innovation Lab (PHIL) and its division Northern Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Collaborative (NAC) for Bridges to Belonging: Rural Innovations and Best Practices to Address Trauma and Build Resilience, a one-day summit to learn, share, generate and connect.learn more and register
Bridges to Belonging will bring together experts, stakeholders and community members from diverse backgrounds to share insights, discuss challenges and collaboratively explore innovative solutions that address trauma and fortify resilience in rural communities. Join this intentional and impactful opportunity to connect with rural partners on the cutting edge of innovations to address and prevent trauma.
Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024 | 8:30am-4:30pm PT
Where: Gaia Hotel & Spa | 4125 Riverside Place, Anderson, CA 96007
- Early Bird Tickets: $120 (available January 22 – February 10)
- Regular Tickets: $150
- Tickets can be purchased online through our Eventbrite page.*The registration fee will include a light breakfast, full lunch, and a copy of keynote speaker David Stroh’s book (see details below).
- Steve Sawyer, LCSW is a highly experienced trainer of several unique therapeutic models including Brainspotting and HeartMath. In his session, Steve will take an emotional dive into the influence of human collective stress responses and key positive resilience factors, ending with a human compassion experience.
- David Stroh is a best-selling author and system’s thinking expert. David will share best practices for incorporating systems thinking into actionable problem solving for challenges faced in public health, education, child welfare, rural economic development, and more.David’s best-selling book Systems Thinking for Social Change: A Practical Guide to Solving Complex Problems, Avoiding Unintended Consequences, and Achieving Lasting Results, will be included with registration for the event. Attendees will receive a copy of the book on the day of the summit.
In addition to the outstanding keynotes, participants will spend the day exploring local data, learning skills around data storytelling, and engaging with local champions who will share innovations and best practices for addressing trauma and promoting resilience. The summit program includes an abundance of interactive and experiential opportunities and space for networking and building relationships. Visit the NAC website to learn more.
Originally published by Population Health Innovation Lab