ACEs & Other Emerging Areas Prevention Resources
The University of Michigan Injury Prevention Center collaborated with the Michigan HIDTA, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and researchers at the University of Michigan to compile a new report that provides insights into the impact that cannabis has on the health and well-being of Michigan citizens and communities. This report provides an understanding of cannabis-related injury, health, and social indicators prior to 2018, before the recreational cannabis law was enacted, and sets the stage for future reports to examine whether changes in these indicators occur in the years following the passage of the law.
This document provides information on an evidence-based program to combat child maltreatment. This handout gives information on the rates of child maltreatment in the U.S., information on the highlighted evidence-based solutions and the components of the programs. This handout highlights the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program, a community health program for low-income, first-time moms and their babies, and the Triple P (Positive Parenting Program) program, a multi-level system of interventions for parents with children from birth to 16 years.
This document provides information on an evidence-based program to combat child maltreatment. This handout gives information on the the prevalence of child maltreatment in the U.S. and in Michigan, information on the highlighted evidence-based solution and the components of the program, and the evidence for the program’s effectiveness. This handout highlights the Period of PURPLE Crying, an evidence-based Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma prevention program that supports parents and caregivers in understanding typical crying features of normal infants.