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Beyond ACEs - Impact of Race, Culture and Poverty August, 8
A Beyond Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) - The Impact of Race, Culture and Poverty, Building Community Resilience Summit will be held on August 8-9, 2019 at Petersburg High School, 3101 Johnson Road in Petersburg. The Summit will be led by the Virginia Department of Health's Crater Health District with support from many partners including the Southside Trauma Informed Community Network (STICN). The impact of race, culture and poverty will be discussed at the Summit and will touch on many different aspects of life and history as programming will touch on the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans to America. It will showcase the heartfelt talent of youth through dance, movement, music, theater and poetry. The Summit will culminate with food, an artistic showcase with mass choir, field day activities and conversations around race and unity. Vendors will fill the marketplace with items that speak to self-care and knowledge, while at the same time entertain all age groups and families. An early registration fee of $155 has been extended to July 31, 2019. For additional information and to register for the Summit, please visit the website below.

Beyond ACEs - Impact of Race, Culture and Poverty August, 9
A Beyond Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) - The Impact of Race, Culture and Poverty, Building Community Resilience Summit will be held on August 8-9, 2019 at Petersburg High School, 3101 Johnson Road in Petersburg. The Summit will be led by the Virginia Department of Health's Crater Health District with support from many partners including the Southside Trauma Informed Community Network (STICN). The impact of race, culture and poverty will be discussed at the Summit and will touch on many different aspects of life and history as programming will touch on the 400th anniversary of enslaved Africans to America. It will showcase the heartfelt talent of youth through dance, movement, music, theater and poetry. The Summit will culminate with food, an artistic showcase with mass choir, field day activities and conversations around race and unity. Vendors will fill the marketplace with items that speak to self-care and knowledge, while at the same time entertain all age groups and families. An early registration fee of $155 has been extended to July 31, 2019.

ICC Informational Seminar August, 22 / 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
This Seminar is being sponsored by the Office of Children's Services - Center of Excellence and will be held at the New River Valley Community Services, Radford Clinic, 401 W. Main St., in Radford. The Seminar will provide an overview of ICC in the HFW model. The target audience includes FAPT members, CSA coordinators, CPMT members, case managers and anyone else who may refer to or participate on a HFW team. There is no cost to participate. Please contact Kim Curtis, kcurtis@nrvcs.org to register.