BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Top city officials in Baltimore will soon get training to help people who have experienced trauma.
Mayor Brandon Scott swore in the first members of the Trauma-Informed Care Task Force Monday afternoon. The 29-member is charged with developing a citywide strategy for addressing and reducing trauma for people living in the city.READ MORE: BWI To Extend Rent Relief For Food, Retail Stores Inside Airport
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Scott said identifying trauma is the first step to reducing violence.
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