Supporting Older Trauma Survivors as They Heal Their Pasts, Grow Their Futures by Anndee Hochman

 According to an: acesconnection.com blog Philadelphia ACE Task Force’s ACE Messaging Group


Marie-Monique Marthol handed out the cards to older adults at meetings of her local civic association. With the pastor’s permission, she left some at a neighborhood church. She stacked them in restaurants, community centers and even at the laundromat.

On the front, the cards read, “Time never runs out for change. Let go of fear and guilt. Focus on healing and growth from ACEs.” The flip side said, “Healing from your past; giving to your future.”


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