Preventing and healing adverse childhood experiences
Aligning public and private resources so Gwinnett County residents can thrive.
and a common understanding about adversity and resilience in our community.
Promote Trauma-Informed Practices
across all systems and sectors
Empower Our Community
with critical training to help support a Resilient Gwinnett
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Advocate for policy and system change and promote trauma-informed practices
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An ability to recover from or adjust easily to adversity or change.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s National Survey of Children’s Health, more than 1 in 4 children have been exposed to at least one adverse event in their lives. In Georgia, 18% of children have experienced at least one adverse event and 10% have experienced two or more. We know that adverse experiences impact all areas of a child’s life and affect their future if not addressed early on. In order to build more resilient communities and help our neighbors overcome these hardships, we must work together to create an environment where all members of the community can thrive.
Our mission is to build resilient communities within Gwinnett by creating a shared understanding of adversity and resilience, promoting trauma-informed practices, and advocating for policy and system change. It will take partners in all sectors working together to bring the change needed, so we are creating opportunities to help members of the community learn how to spot different types of adversity and giving interested parties a seat at the table so that we can build a resilient Gwinnett with systems and practices in place that promote child and adult well-being.
Adversity can’t be eliminated overnight, but when we work together, we can begin reducing childhood adversity by promoting resiliency and healing. Our goal is to raise awareness about the adversities members of our community are facing, and how we can help them overcome such hardships to find stability and be able to thrive. Help us move the needle and become a champion for trauma-informed practices in our community.
A resilient Gwinnett with systems and practices that promote child and adult well-being
We build resilient communities within Gwinnett by creating a shared understanding of adversity and resilience, promoting trauma-informed practices, and advocating for policy and system change.
Work with Resilient Gwinnett
Gwinnett Coalition Resilient Gwinnett Partnerships
Adults Protecting Children
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Georgia Bureau of Investigation CyberSafety
Georgia Center for Child Advocacy
Gwinnett County Police Department
Gwinnett County Public Schools
Gwinnett Department of Family and Children Services
Gwinnett District Attorney Office
Gwinnett Newton Rockdale Health Department
Hearts for Families
Lawrenceville Police Criminal Investigations
Mosaic Georgia – Child Advocacy Center
Partnership Against Domestic Violence
Positive Impact International
Revolution Teen Center
Revved Up Kids
State DFCS Board Lilburn Women’s
Still Waters International Academy
The Star Institute
View Point Health
Wellness & Trauma Recovery Center
Wellroot Family Services