Adverse Childhood Experiences: Implications for Transforming Our Systems of Care

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Coordinating services is essential to transforming systems of care, particularly those that address adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and their consequences.

Services to prevent or address the consequences of ACEs must be coordinated in order to be effective. Fragmented service delivery systems often prevent ACEs from being addressed across the continuum of care. In this video, Dr. Heather Larkin, assistant professor at the State University of New York at Albany, underscores the importance of coordinating services.

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Last Updated: 09/24/2015