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Childhood trauma and adverse experiences (also known as ACES) are understood by many to be the most important public health epidemic we face. Childhood trauma is known to affect the structure and architecture of the developing brain and thus is linked to lifelong physical and mental illness.
Trauma happens in the lives of so many children that it can no longer be viewed as an “oddity” or a problem for health professionals alone.
To make a positive impact, it requires a community-wide response across all disciplines and citizens with the BRCAC at the helm.Find out more
Total number of support services provided to victims and families by the CAC.
Individual and Group Therapy sessions provided by BRCAC last year.
Children and Adults who received child abuse prevention education last year.
of Children reported meaningful, positive change in relation to their trauma symptoms.
CATEGORY: News Updates | DATE: May 2, 2019
Watch Suzanne and David as they share about the services of the BRCAC and what to do if you suspect...Read More
CATEGORY: Events | DATE: April 25, 2019
2019 marks the start of BRCAC becoming the philanthropy for the Epsilon chapter of Kappa Delta sorority. And we couldn't...Read More