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Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
02/24/2016
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I love the topic, can you give a brief explanation as to what Inner City Posttraumatic Stress is and how its different from other forms of Posttraumatic Stress?
Karen Hall
02/24/2016
arrow icon In that scenario, it appears that health professionals need ...
Karen Hall
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Are there any specific resources you wouldn't mind sharing with us here in Chicago, addressing public health disparities as they relate to the community violence epidemic? Any specific rates as well as pro...
Dina
02/24/2016
arrow icon Most definitely that would be amazing!! We are working on ou...
Dina
02/24/2016
arrow icon Your work sounds very powerful. Please share what you learn ...
John Rich
02/24/2016
arrow icon Thank you, Dr. Rich! Yes, this is definitely what we strive ...
Dina
02/24/2016
arrow icon Most, if not all of these programs have incorporated a degre...
John Rich
02/24/2016
arrow icon Healing Hurt People currently operates in Philadelphia, PA, ...
John Rich
02/24/2016
arrow icon Dr. Rich, Is Healing Hurt People only in the Chicago area? ...
Participant
02/24/2016
arrow icon Yep! Love them. Dr. Stolbach does such wonderful work! Thank...
Dina
02/24/2016
arrow icon Part 2: I have also seen the school-based program Becoming a...
John Rich
02/24/2016
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John Rich
02/24/2016
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have inner city people been going thru ptsd since the end of slavery,is this the reason we're so numb to violence
christopher den
02/24/2016
arrow icon There has been some research as of late about trauma being p...
Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Have either of the hosts ever been involved with and/or aware of any evaluations on these types of programs/service approaches?
Jennifer H
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Greetings from windy, snowy Chicago today! As the community violence epidemic here in Chicago grows daily, we've been working diligently on launching a Violence Prevention Campaign aimed at preventing ...
Dina Elmuti
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
arrow icon Thank you so much! I will definitely look into this. I don't...
Dina
02/24/2016
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Richard Seitz
02/24/2016
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Dina
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Dina
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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Information on training programs for clergy and leaders of faith communities on trauma informed practices. Model programs that integrate prevention and direct services for victims of crime
Carlos Velazque
02/24/2016
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Carlos Velazque
03/09/2016
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John Rich
02/24/2016
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I am curious about how much trauma in children is misidentified as ADD, ADHD or oppositional defiance disorder? Esp. as it relates to discipline in schools and incarceration rates.
Paulissa Kipp
02/24/2016
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Linnea Ashley
02/24/2016
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In order to reduce trauma for all children, have you considered or even heard of the Pax Good Behavior Game. Pax GBG has evolved from a research program in the Baltimore elementary schools around 1986. A f...
Richard Seitz
02/24/2016
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John Rich
02/24/2016
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Dr. John Rich and Linnea Ashley, MPH to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on Inner City Posttraumatic Stress. Sp...
OVCRC
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