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Tarpon Springs, FL, may be first trauma-informed city in U.S.

Tarpon Springs, FL, may be first trauma-informed city in U.S.

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Very interesting piece. I like the way you broke it down to tangible applications school, community, etc.

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Hi Jane, Very interesting article! Thanks for it, Laurie Udesky

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[...] Stevens, collects news and research related to ACEs, and one of the site’s recent pieces (via Reporting on Health) profiles the efforts of Tarpon Springs, Florida to address trauma as a [...]

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Laurie and Victoria -- Thanks for reading and for your comments!

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What a wonderful initiative! I can't help thinking of the recent school shooting in Ohio and believe programs such as this may help prevent these tragedies.

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