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Trauma-Informed Care Day of Focus Engages Community

Pensacola, Fla. (April 26, 2017) – Please join Lakeview Center Children's Services and other local agencies and leaders during the Trauma-Informed Care Day of Focus. The 2nd annual event continues a community discussion about embracing a Trauma-Informed Care approach that can turn around the lives of at-risk youth. The event is free and open to the public.

Trauma-Informed Care Day of Focus

  • First United Methodist Church, 6 E. Wright Street, Perry Home Wesley Abbey
  • Thursday, May 4
  • 3 – 5:30 p.m. (keynote speaker, film viewing, panel discussion)
  • Register at: via the link “Resilience”

Last year we showed you how it can be done by sharing a documentary film about one high school that experienced great success. The documentary was titled “Paper Tigers.” This year we bring you the sequel film titled “Resilience.” Following the film a panel discussion will be led by keynote speaker, Jim Sporleder - former principal of Lincoln Alternative High School featured in “Paper Tigers.” His school now serves as a model for communities across the country to follow. Join in the conversation and learn how we can improve young lives right here along the Gulf Coast. For more information contact Edna Williams, director of Lakeview Center Children’s Services, at 850.469.3807. A registration link also is available on > “Resilience.”

An affiliate of Baptist Health Care, Lakeview Center Inc. is a network of behavioral health, vocational and child protective services. These services address a broad spectrum of human needs, reflecting a longstanding commitment to helping people overcome life's challenges.

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