REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS

2020 Doña Ana County

THE 100% COMMUNITY SURVEY REPORT

The following report presents the results of the 100% Community Survey for Doña Ana County, New Mexico. This county-wide assessment was initiated by the Resilience Leaders of Southern New Mexico and follows the 100% Community initiative framework provided by the Anna, Age Eight Institute, whose mission is to "ensure that children, students, and families are safe and thriving." The purpose of the survey was to identify the level of need and access to 10 basic "surviving" and "thriving" family services, as well as perceptions of quality.

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RESILIENCE LEADERS MEETING MINUTES

RESILIENCE LEADERS IN THE MEDIA

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New Story!: 3/24/2021

Mayor Pro Tem: Fight against adverse childhood experiences continues

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Connecting child safety and student success to a thriving economy

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Is Doña Ana County ready to thrive? It

takes a community to educate our

children

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Knowing about ACEs can help protect children

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Want to end childhood trauma? Ask a high school student

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Prescriptions for a better childhood: How

to avoid adverse experiences in New

Mexico

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Investments in early childhood have

best return

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Las Cruces group to use data on ACEs to fight childhood trauma

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Las Cruces legislator helping fight childhood trauma

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Las Cruces legislator helping fight childhood trauma

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NMSU welcomes Anna,

Age Eight Institute

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How can New Mexico lawmakers make a

difference for our state's children? Let's

discuss

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Lawmakers' priorities will guide them through special session

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Teacher discovers the magnitude of

childhood trauma