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Coping with community trauma

June 22, 2014
By KIM LOCCISANO - Staff Writer (kimfromthetl@icloud.com) , Times Leader

Times Leader reporter Kim?Loccisano recently attended a public Community Connections event in Bethel, Conn. geared toward helping people better understand and cope with trauma. The event featured speakers from many of the tragedies across the country including school shootings like Sandy Hook, Columbine and Chardon High School. Loccisano attended the gathering with members of U.S. Navy SEAL Senior Chief (service retired) Frank Hoagland's Mingo Junction based companies, 360 Safe Solutions and S.T.A.R.T. (Special Tactics and Rescue Training). The team has been focused throughout the 2013-14 school year on Buckeye Local School District, assessing hazards and offering various feedback and program resources to improve those conditions, including the recent launch of their highly versatile mobile accountability and constant communications app.

 
 

 

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