ACE reports, studies & links


A Crying Shame

A report by the Office of the Children’s Commissioner into vulnerable babies in England.

Nearly 16,000 babies are growing up in households where they are at risk of severe harm, a report by England’s Children’s Commissioner, Anne Longfield, warns.

The report says that of 19,640 under-ones identified as being “in need”, 15,820 were still living at home.

It also estimates that 8,300 babies are growing up amid the “toxic trio” of drug or alcohol addiction, domestic violence and severe mental ill-health.

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Addressing Adversity

Prioritising adversity and trauma-informed care for children and young people in England.

YoungMinds compiled this collection to raise awareness about the impact of adversity and trauma on the mental health of children and young people.

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Scottish Public Health Network (ScotPHN)

‘Polishing the Diamonds’
Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences in Scotland

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Welsh Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study

Adverse Childhood Experiences and their impact on health-harming behaviours in the Welsh adult population.

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The impact of adverse experiences in the home on the health of children and young people, and inequalities in prevalence and effects

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Additional websites


> Evidence-based early years intervention


> A wake-up call to radically redesign Children’s Mental Health Services


> ACEs and Toxic Stress: Frequently Asked Questions


> Violence Prevention


> Learning from Oklahoma’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Story


> Adverse Childhood Experiences Presentation Graphics


> Learning from Wisconsin’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Story


> Learning from Washington’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Story


> Centre for youth wellness


> Opening Doors: Trauma Informed Practice for the Workforce