Informative talk on A.C.E. test (Adverse Childhood Trauma) Oral Comm. Colorado Christian University

Bad news-good news: Each additional ACE increases opioid relapse rate by 17%; each ACE-informed treatment visit reduces it by 2% – ACEs Too High

https://acestoohigh.com/2019/08/15/bad-news-good-news-each-additional-ace-increases-opioid-relapse-rate-by-17-each-ace-informed-treatment-visit-reduces-it-by-2/ Child abuse or severe neglect has now been known to be the direct cause of the top diseases that we fight in America every day, including the number one killer heart disease. Every year in America at least 400,000 children are born with the a c e score ( adverse childhood events ) ofContinue reading “Bad news-good news: Each additional ACE increases opioid relapse rate by 17%; each ACE-informed treatment visit reduces it by 2% – ACEs Too High”