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Some wounds are not visible.

According to the National Center for PTSD, between 7 and 8 percent of community members will experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during their lifetime.  Certainly the events of the last year have been traumatic for the nation and our communities as a whole.  As a syndrome, PTSD remains poorly understood, even though the symptoms have long been called “shell shock” in returning soldiers.  Community members of all ages, even children, can experience PTSD as a result of trauma in their lives. Events due to violence and tragedies resulting from disasters like the pandemic may all be causes of PSTD.   Find out how you or your loved one can be helped.  

Below are resources where you can learn more and find help. Or share your story of how traumatic events have shaped your life, or learn more about bringing Police2Peace to your community.  We will circle back within 24 hours.

PTSD and Policing:  An Approach for Healing

All Clear Foundation:  Supporting First Responders

Find Therapist – National Center for PTSD

Help for Veterans – National Center for PTSD

National Alliance on Mental Illness

Suicide Prevention Hotline

 

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