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Aligning public and private efforts and resources across the state that support resiliency for all persons aged

0-26 and their families

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We are dedicated to healing adversity and promoting resiliency in children and families through the prevention and early intervention of ACEs and sharing best practice to support Georgia’s System-of-Care implementation and coordination.

To lead a state-wide coalition to develop a closely-aligned and trauma-informed public and private network working toward a united vision to create a birth through 26 year old integrated behavioral health system. Key components to be implemented by our partners include prevention, early intervention, research, advocacy and policy, and System of Care implementation and coordination.  

Working across sectors, our partners create a common language and understanding about Adversity and Resilience through: 

  • Awareness Building 

  • Promotion of best practices 

  • Workforce development 

  • Advocacy 

"You should never view your challenges as a disadvantage. Instead, it's important for you to understand that your experience facing and overcoming adversity is actually one of your biggest advantages...."

 -Michelle Obama

Latest News

ACEs Connect 

We have started, and are adding to daily, a free resource page for teachers, educators, parents, and students. It is filled with activities, educational & behavioral resources, and more. These are gathered from around the internet and my own stuff as well. We are offering daily tips, tools, and projects through our FB page linked here . The big message is all about Collective Resilience - Together We Rise. Be sure to like our FB pageso you can get notified when we put new stuff up!

MAG Covid 19 Update 

The latest COVID-19 news & resources

The following is a list of news and resources that address the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Strong 4 Life Resilience and Wellness 

Try as you might, you can’t shield your child from life’s challenges. Parental separation, the death of a grandparent or beloved pet, moving to another city, illness, the birth of a sibling, community violence, and financial stress—these are common issues that cause our little ones stress. In addition, today’s kids are also dealing with daily stressors, such as school, social media, peer relationships, overscheduling and even world news.

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Reduce childhood adversity by promoting resiliency and healing 

ResilientGEORGIA

Bridging the gap between resources and individuals who experience trauma to make those affected by trauma live better lives. 

Email: info@resilientga.org

Phone: (678) 940-1431

Registered Charity: 83-3975661

Address: 5170 Peachtree Road

Building 100, Suite 400

Atlanta GA, 30341

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