Webinar: Childhood Adversity – Data to Help Advocate for Change

Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Time: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. PT

Childhood adversity, such as child abuse and exposure to violence and poverty, can have negative long-term impacts on health and well being. In this webinar, our panelists will discuss how to describe the burden of childhood adversity in your community, how to frame your message most effectively, and how to engage and mobilize your community to address the roots and effects of childhood adversity.

Panelists will also lead participants on a virtual tour of Kidsdata’s Childhood Adversity and Resilience data, research, and policy recommendations.

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Marissa Abbott

Marissa is a California Epidemiologic Investigation Service (Cal-EIS) Fellow at the California Department of Public Health. She is placed in the Safe and Active Communities Branch and primarily supports the CDC-funded California Essentials for Childhood Initiative, a child maltreatment prevention project. Prior to her fellowship, Marissa completed her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry as a part of their 3-2 Program.


Nathan Porter

Nathan is Data Manager at the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health, where he works on kidsdata.org, a public service website that allows users to easily find, customize, and share data on more than 600 measures of child health and well being. Kidsdata.org makes it simple to incorporate trusted data for every county, city, school district, and legislative district in California into reports, presentations, articles, grant proposals, policy decisions, and advocacy work.

Childhood Adversity and Resilience Data

Childhood Adversity and Resilience

Children with Two or More Adverse Experiences

Children Who Are Usually/Always Resilient

Prevalence of Childhood Hardships

Prevalence of Adverse Childhood Experiences

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