Join our online ACEs Connection Community today!

What is ACEs Connection?

ACEs Connection is a nation-wide online community that brings together professionals, communities, and systems that are all working within the ACEs movement. It is a platform to share information and resources.

Docs for Tots is sponsoring an ACEs Connection community called Long Island (NY) ACEs Connection Community. This is intended to be an online platform for child health providers, child care providers, mental health professionals, and community-based organizations to come together to promote a more trauma-informed community on Long Island and improve the outcomes for our most vulnerable population – children. Join now and start sharing your work with others in your community!

There are three easy steps to joining:

Step 1: Become a member of ACEs Connection here!

Step 2: Search for our community name and ask to join! You may also join any other additional community that interests you.

Step 3: Look around our page and email maggie@docsfortots.org if you have any questions.

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