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July 19th 2021: Trauma-Informed Mental Health Advocacy: Get Rescue Plan Act Money

How do we fund innovative reforms to make mental health services that are trauma-informed and resiliency-focused more accessible? Two leaders in the field, Carey Smith Sipp and Jesse Kohler, advocates for reform in communities and in our legislature, will share their views and the importance of community members working together and using their voice to create change. They will help us understand the American Rescue Plan Act, three new pieces of legislation that can help our communities organize and fund mental health practices fostering equity, diversity, and inclusion. They will discuss h

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Carey Sipp

Carey Smith Sipp is a community facilitator for PACEs Connection -- formerly ACEs Connection. Leveraging her ongoing recovery and four decades’ experience as a writer, marketer and fundraiser.  Carey nurtures community-based PACEs initiatives in 11 Southeastern states, supporting their grassroots efforts to prevent and heal trauma, and create and build on the positive childhood experiences (PCEs) that lead to individual, family, and community strength and resilience. Carey Smith Sipp is a science, brain, health, and parenting enthusiast, was born into hidden addiction, violence, neglect, and abuse. She vowed that if she ever had children, they would have a saner, calmer childhood than her
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Jesse Kohler

Jesse Kohler is the Executive Director of the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice. He is also runs Press On LLC and is a consultant for ANS Research and Lakeside Global Institute. Jesse went to Oberlin College undergrad and has his Master’s in Educational Leadership from Arcadia University. He interned at the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General Josh Shapiro, working for Rob Reed in the Office of Public Engagement to develop what wais called the Pennsylvania Trauma-Informed Care Network. After graduating with his Master’s, Jesse became the Director of Development for North Light Community Center. In addition to development activities for the organization, Jesse h
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3997/resiliency-within 31/07/2021 01:00 31/07/2021 02:00 Resiliency Within https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3997/resiliency-within How do we fund innovative reforms to make mental health services that are trauma-informed and resiliency-focused more accessible? Two leaders in the field, Carey Smith Sipp and Jesse Kohler, advocates for reform in communities and in our legislature, will share their views and the importance of community members working together and using their voice to create change. They will help us understand the American Rescue Plan Act, three new pieces of legislation that can help our communities organize and fund mental health practices fostering equity, diversity, and inclusion. They will discuss how accessing the funds of the American Rescue Act Plan can help in protecting our most precious resources, our children, the children to come, and our earth. Carey and Jesse will also share about themselves and what inspired them to be invested in this work. Carey Smith Sipp is a community facilitator for PACEs Connection from PACEs, a social network that supports communities to accelerate the global positive & adverse childhood experiences (PACEs) movement in shaping adult behavior and health. Jesse Kohler is the Executive Director from the Campaign for Trauma-Informed Policy and Practice (CTIPP), an organization committed to inform and advocate for public policies and programs at the federal, state, tribal, and local levels that incorporate scientific findings regarding the relationship between trauma and related social and health challenges across the lifespan VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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