We are an official UC Davis student-run clinic dedicated to addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Our services reflect our preventative health goals for the Greater Sacramento community. This involves providing access to quality healthcare services including ACE screenings and trauma informed care.
What are ACEs?
ACEs stands for Adverse Childhood Experiences. They are traumatic, stressful events that occur before the age of 18 that undermine a child's sense of safety, stability and bonding. Examples include experiences related to domestic violence, homelessness, divorced parents, substance abuse, etc. Long term effects can manifest into adulthood and are linked to chronic physical and mental health conditions such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease and depression.
To learn more, please enjoy this introduction to ACEs by none other than our California Surgeon General, Nadine Burke Harris!
Hiram Johnson Community Health Center 3535 65th Street Bldg C, Sacramento CA 95820
(1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month; 9am-12pm)
We offer both appointments and walk-in appointments!
Pediatric primary care
Chronic Illness Monitoring
Mental Health Screening
In addition to tackling ACEs, we also provide educational workshops relating to ACEs, Trauma Informed Care, nutrition, and exercise. We are currently holding mental health workshops at Mills Middle School. Through these workshops, we hope to establish healthy nutrition and exercise habits among our patients and their families. We also plan to provide free pediatric vaccinations and flu shots to our patients as well.
Vaccinations (including Flu
Acute and chronic illness
Assistance with finding a
Health Screenings & ACE Care
Mental Health Services
CAARE Center (Child and Adolescent Abuse Resource and Evaluation)
10-Week elementary and high school programs
Resource Referrals & Education
Exercise & Nutrition
Parent Resource Guides
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“Adverse Childhood Experiences are the single greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today.”
Dr. Robert Black
Former President of the American Academy of Pediatrics