Counteracting ACEs through CPC P-3

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - 11:45am

Cumulative Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are associated with many deleterious physical and mental health outcomes, but early childhood interventions and education programs, such as CPC P-3, may facilitate healthy development among ACE-affected children. CPC P-3's unique system of supports helps promote lifelong well-being by reducing family stress and exposure to adversity and by promoting children’s school readiness, achievement, and socio-emotional learning. 

Learn more about ACEs
There is increasing evidence that ACEs predict disparities in educational, socioeconomic, and crime outcomes. Learn more about ACEs from our fact brief of from the PDF icon recent brown bagpresentation by Allie Giovanelli, Institute of Child Development, UMN, on Adverse Childhood Experiences: Longitudinal outcomes in context of environmental risk & intervention.