Helpful resources for supporting children in the aftermath of high profile acts of violence.

Several communities across our country have experienced tragic violence. As an organization committed to strengthening community, we recognize that trauma affects us all, and we believe it is vital that we support each other in times like these.

Below are links to resources from trusted organizations with tips for parents and guardians on how to talk to and support children in the aftermath of high profile acts of violence.

Talking to your Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers

Helping your Children Manage Distress in the Aftermath of a Shooting

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