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Push on to create ‘trauma-informed community’
Audrey Smith and Henry Nelson are trying to turn Crawford County into a “trauma-informed community,” a community where “everyone is aware of trauma and its effects, and can recognize traumatized individuals and get them help,” as Smith put it at a recent training session at the Arc of Crawford County.
- Board overhaul proposal tabled by Trustees of Conneaut Lake Park
- Area dog killer may get five years
- Authorities mum on any update related to 2-year-old boy's shooting
- Borough council signs off on LORD Corp.'s tax assistance
- Push on to create ‘trauma-informed community’
Panthers rally to beat Huskies
Through three innings Tuesday afternoon at home, it looked like it was going to be a very long day for the Saegertown baseball team.Continued ...
The wind and the cold didn’t appear to bother Harbor Creek starting pitcher Issac Mattson as the senior struck out nine batters through the first three frames, including four strikeouts in the first inning alone.
- Greggs and Bison knock Bulldogs down to earth
- Devils sweep Tigers
- Cardinals overcome offensive woes to remain unbeaten
- Brewers win in 14th after early brawl with Pirates
- Panthers rally to beat Huskies
- Obituaries (Archives)
- Our Health
Prescription for Medical Nutrition Therapy
Nutrition is a vital part of being well, and an even more important part to getting well (or healing). It’s a critical part of prevention, yet if I surveyed physicians or lay people, and asked them “Does diet therapy work?” chances are at least 70 percent of them would say “No.”
- Is getting your daily ‘shot’ of caffeine OK?
- How virus sleuths and public health officials track the cause of a mysterious illness
- Enjoy the taste of eating right
- Holder: Heroin deaths an 'urgent and growing public health crisis'
- Prescription for Medical Nutrition Therapy
It’s hard to believe park will turn things around until secrecy ends
Even if a deal is struck to save Conneaut Lake Park from a pending sale to pay off back taxes, it appears unlikely that the park will succeed unless its new managers pledge themselves to transparency and public accountability.
- Public pensions for private lobbyists under fire
- Many veterans suffer PTSD, which needs to be dealt with
- Journalists in combat zones ‘write with light’ while risking their lives
- There’s no war on men and boys — it’s quite the opposite
- It’s hard to believe park will turn things around until secrecy ends