To support children affected by trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), six U.S. states (Colorado, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Ohio, Washington, and Wisconsin) report implementing a mix of training, screening, and support systems, at both the state and local level, to deliver services. Trauma and ACEs may include physical and sexual abuse, neglect, bullying, community-based violence, extreme poverty, the loss of a parent or primary caretaker, or natural disasters, among other things which may affect a child's physical, social, and emotional well-being; disrupt neurodevelopment; and impair children's cognitive functioning. These findings were reported by the Government . . .