2023 RAD Fellowship Program Product - Preventing & Addressing ACEs in Hispanic and Latino

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PREVENTING & ADDRESSING ACES IN HISPANIC AND LATINO

 

OVERVIEW

This guide is designed for Hispanic and Latino Faith Leaders in Massachusetts and can be used to prevent and address adverse childhood experiences impacting Hispanic and Latino communities. Faith Leaders can learn about the connection between trauma and substance use disorder, specific impacts within the Hispanic and Latino community, and the interventions the faith community can deploy to mitigate the impact of ACEs. 

 

MASSACHUSETTS FELLOW

Christina Mancebo-Torres, MPH

Christina Mancebo-Torres HeadshotChristina Mancebo-Torres, MPH is the current Program Specialist of the National Hispanic and Latino Prevention Technology Transfer Center. Christina is a bilingual prevention professional with experience in program delivery in the United States and the Dominican Republic. She is located in Southeastern Massachusetts where she previously worked on a number of prevention initiatives, including one of the only Hispanic and Latino-led opioid prevention programs in the state of Massachusetts. Christina is a current doctoral student in Health Sciences with a concentration in Trauma Informed Care, and also holds a Master’s degree in Public Health and Graduate Certificates in Epidemiology and Global Health.

 

 

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