Adverse Childhood Experiences

Vision

Preventing or reducing the impact of potentially traumatic events that can have negative, lasting effects on health and well-being. These experiences range from physical, emotional, or sexual abuse to parental divorce or the incarceration of a parent.

Work Plan

View the overview for this priority area on the Marathon County Health Improvement Site.

Contact Information

Samantha Pinzl
Email: samantha.pinzl@co.marathon.wi.us
Phone: 715-261-1926

ACE Interface Training

There are 10 Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs). The more ACEs an individual has, the higher their ACE Score and the greater their risk for long-term consequences. The prevalence of ACEs is staggering. Nearly every community feels the medical and social burdens of subsequent behavioral and physical health problems, including depression, suicide, heart disease, diabetes and early death. There is hope for healing, however. Start by understanding ACEs and their effects with a FREE Wisconsin ACE Interface training.

To request a training, contact any of the Certified ACE Interface Trainers below, or you can fill out the training request form below and one of the trainers will get back to you about your request.

Certified ACE Interface Trainers

Aaron Ruff

Contact

Marathon County Health Department
715-261-1935
Aaron.Ruff@co.marathon.wi.us

Amber Pax

Contact

Marathon County Department of Social Services
715-261-7585
Amber.Pax@co.marathon.wi.us

Christy Keele

Contact

Attorney and Community Activist
715-869-3484
ckeele.law@gmail.com

David Johns

Contact

Marathon County Department of Social Services
715-261-7657
David.Johns@co.marathon.wi.us

Debi Traeder

Contact

Prevent Suicide Marathon County
715-551-0966
Traeders@charter.net

ACE Interface Training Request

Please fill out the form below to connect with our certified ACE Interface trainers to request a training.

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