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Unlimited Learning presents event on adverse childhood experiences

"Self-Healing Communities: Tackling Problems from Adverse Childhood Experiences" will be presented by Tom Gonzalez 1:30-3 p.m. April 9 at Heartwood Senior Living in Crosby.

"Self-Healing Communities: Tackling Problems from Adverse Childhood Experiences" will be presented by Tom Gonzalez 1:30-3 p.m. April 9 at Heartwood Senior Living in Crosby.

The presentation is a Lakes Area Unlimited Learning event.

Gonzalez is guiding the self-healing communities project to help communities solve problems relevant to them. A healthy community of families requires methods to engage, learn innovation and reflection to improve lives, a news release stated. Gonzalez will look deeper into adverse childhood experiences and the self-healing communities projects currently operating in Brainerd with hopes of starting a similar plan for the Cuyuna area soon.

"Through involving resources from uncommon partners, setting high expectations and building respect, communities of families can create a commitment to a new sense of identity, with optimism, curiosity and welcoming attitudes as their base," the release stated.

Everyone is welcome to attend. Attendance is free for residents at Heartwood, and non-members are $5.

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