CEV AAP.org > Advocacy & Policy > AAP Health Initiatives > The Resilience Project > Children Exposed to Violence and Toxic Stress The Resilience ProjectAboutAbout the ProjectContact UsBe a Part of the CommunityChildren Exposed to Violence and Toxic StressTypes of Violence and PrevalenceACEs and Toxic StressPromoting ResiliencePreventionTypes of Violence and Prevalence ACEs and Toxic Stress Promoting Resilience Prevention Addressing the Different Types of ViolenceOverviewBullying and CyberbullyingCommunity ViolenceChild Abuse and NeglectDomestic Intimate Partner ViolenceSexual AbuseTeen Dating ViolencePolicy and EducationRelated AAP PolicyWebinarsTraining ToolkitEducational OpportunitiesImproving PracticeCreating a Medical HomeBecoming a Trauma-Informed PracticeClinical Assessment ToolsResourcesPractice and Provider ResourcesState-Based ResourcesRelated Organizations and AgenciesFamily and Caregiver Resources Children Exposed to Violence and Toxic Stress Talking about violence and toxic stress can be difficult. These resources will help your practice improve its understanding and ability to help youth affected by violence and toxic stress. Types of Violence and Prevalence For those leading medical homes, it is important to be aware of all the types of violence that can cause adverse reactions in children and youth. ACEs and Toxic Stress Learn about Adverse Childhood Events (ACE) and the effects it has on the brain. Promoting Resilience Learn about resilience and how to promote it in a child's life. Prevention Resources developed by the AAp to support pediatricians and families in raising healthy, resilient children.