Central Iowa ACEs 360 has led the promotion and dissemination of knowledge on the impact of adverse childhood experiences in the greater central Iowa region. Through the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, conducted by the Iowa Department of Public Health, three years of Iowa ACEs data are now available. This allows us to have more accurate data in Iowa’s less populated counties, and more detailed data in all counties. The goal of this project is to develop and publish a three-year data analysis report of Iowa ACEs data to continue the professional and public awareness work. The information from this report will be used to update presentations, website, and informational documents. The focus of this project will be to design and develop content for the report, including interviewing and writing stories on ACEs and resiliency. Initial data analysis is conducted by the Iowa Department of Public Health, and we will be collaborating with Child and Family Policy Center on additional data analysis for the report. Staff time for project coordination and editing will come from existing Central Iowa ACEs 360 funding.