ROCHELLE — The Ogle County Juvenile Justice Council hosted a public screening and professional panelist discussion for the documentary “Resilience” on Nov. 1 at the Rochelle Township High School.
The film delves into the science of Adverse Childhood Experiences and the birth of a new movement to treat and prevent toxic stress; one of the leading causes of everything from heart disease and cancer to substance abuse and depression.
Those who attended the screening were local professionals from the fields of education, law enforcement, medicine, mental health and government.
Panelists included State’s Attorney Eric Morrow, Judge John “Ben” Roe, Terry Camplain-Principal of Chana Education Center, Shannon Krueger-MSN,CPNP at UIC of Medicine, and Sergeant Shalene Eagleson of the Rockford Police Department. Also in attendance was event moderator Miranda Johnson-Loyola University Chicago Law School, and Focus House Clinical Supervisor, Brenda Mason-LCPC.
For more information on the Ogle County Juvenile Justice Council visit http://oglecounty.org/departments/juvenile-justice-council/ or contact Diana Davidson, Community Projects Coordinator, at 815-732-1180 or [email protected]
For more information on the film visit: partnership4resilience.org.