Written by: Center for Care Innovations

In March, we announced our request for applications (RFA) for CALQIC (California ACEs Learning and Quality Improvement Collaborative) a new program that will support clinics in screening for and responding to adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in children and adults. In a few short months, we’ll also be releasing an RFA for the next cycle of the Resilient Beginnings Collaborative, in partnership with Genentech Charitable Giving: the Resilient Beginnings Network.

To help you understand the differences between these programs and choose the best fit for you, we’ve put together the infographic below to point you in the right direction. Immediately following, you’ll find detailed information and links to more information. For any further questions, please refer to each program’s request for applications page and reach out to Program Manager Megan O’Brien.