The Community Resilience Facilitator Project (CRF)

MRBN'S Community Resilience Facilitator (CRF) program grew in response to requests for local training and technical assistance from a wide variety of schools, healthcare practices, community collaboratives, and other audiences across the state of Maine. The CRF program responds to community needs with high-quality presentations that provide education about ACEs and Resilience and aim to facilitate conversations that can lead to the prevention and mitigation of the impact of ACEs and ensure healthy and thriving children, families, and communities.

All CRF presentations cover three main topics: the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study, brain development and how brains are impacted by toxic stress, and resilience building and protective factors that help buffer the impact of ACEs. All presentations include statewide data on ACEs in Maine.

Presentations can be offered in 1-hour and 2-hour increments.

To learn more, discuss fees, and schedule a training session with one of our community trainers, please email
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