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New Trauma Coalition Offers Post-Newtown Plan

by Paul Bass | Mar 4, 2013 2:33pm
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Clifford Beers’s Alice Forrester, United Way’s Laoise King, & Comer School Development’s Fay Brown Program Monday

Give New Haven $6.5 million, and we’ll show you one big way to respond to the horror of Newtown.

That, in essence, is the pitch of a new drive announced Monday to stay on top of the trauma so many kids bring with them to school these days.

A host of New Haven politicians, school officials, and social-service agency workers unveiled that pitch at a press conference at Metropolitan Business Academy.

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posted by: dano860 | March 5, 2013  8:06pm

Have they no clue?
We borrow every dollar for these crazy ideas.
The last thing we need is a perpetual trauma group.
Leave the people in Newtown alone so they can grieve and plot new courses with their altered families.
Looking to create more offices or non-essential people is not where we need to focus our efforts.