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‘How Are the Children?’| Childhood Trauma and Mental Health

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(WEAA)—On December 11, police located two unharmed children in a homicide suspect’s car after he and his ex-wife were found dead in a Howard County apartment building.

Hours earlier, police say a woman, who they believe was the suspect’s girlfriend, was found shot to death in Baltimore.

Last Thursday morning, a Department of Public Works employee was shot and killed outside of his home while loading his children into a minivan.

Nia Jones, a licensed master social worker with the Black Mental Health Alliance and Mujahid Muhammad, president of KEYS Empowers, an organization that offers trauma-informed community programs join Two Way Talk to discuss community violence, childhood trauma and supportive services available.

Baltimore native, Micarie Kemp has always been passionate about working in the media.
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