Cape Regional Medical Center is leading this two-year project addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) as a health factor through the partnership and engagement of Middle Township Police Department, Lower Cape May Regional School District, Cape Counseling Services, and the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce as partners in building resiliency among families in Cape May County. The Medical Center and its key partners in the Cape Regional Wellness Alliance, including representation from over 30 community organizations, are striving to engage partners from all sectors of the community in this work. Through this project, the Alliance is advancing health and equity in Cape May County by creating a universal prevention initiative for parents and caregivers of children ages 0-18 that parallels the Alliance’s existing work for the community’s school-age children.
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