Who cares about the traumatized?

50% of residents may suffer after an incident of public violence

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The Center for Public Violence Recovery
helps communities transform a culture of fear into a culture of hope.

Is your congregation ready for public violence?


Public violence usually occurs without any warning and houses of worship see an infux of visitors the following week. How should faith leaders prepare?


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Defining public violence helps to find solutions


Public violence takes many forms and the weapons are varied. Its commonality is that it is a random violent act that traumatizes a community.


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Smartphone use found to erode community trust


Using the ubiquitous cell phone has been found to erode social capital -- trust of neighbors, those of other religions and other ethnicities.



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