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To generate local awareness relevant to your area, the CAHMI created individual state/national comparison fact sheets using 2018/2019 NSCH data regarding the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and key child outcomes such as bullying, school engagement, and resilience and flourishing. These fact sheets also include data and information about the prevalence of adults with ACEs, key adult health outcomes, and the mechanisms that link ACEs with health outcomes explained by breakthrough neurobiological sciences. By addressing the ACEs epidemic and tailoring fact sheets for each state, the CAHMI aims to advance policies to catalyze wellbeing across the nation.


To learn more about ACEs among US children and possibilities to heal and thrive, read our ACEs issue brief.


Requested Citation for fact sheets (presented same as PPDQ) These fact sheets were prepared by the Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative. Requested citation:


Bethell CD, Gombojav N, Rush M. “[Nation/State] Fact Sheet 2019: Strong Roots Grow a Strong Nation”. Child and Adolescent Health Measurement Initiative (CAHMI), Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, June 2019.


Click here to access our National Level State Fact Sheet.


National and state level data findings on child flourishing, family resilience, protective factors and Positive Childhood Experiences (PCEs) and Adverse Childhood Experience (ACEs) can also be found on the Prioritizing Possibilities Data Query and our Across State Comparison maps and tables.

Go to the Prioritizing Possibilities Data Query

Go to our Across State Comparison Tool