June 9, 2021

Shootings and homicides can leave many unseen scars, especially for children who have witnessed or been impacted by senseless violence.

KSHB talked to Amanda Davis, Director of Intake Services at Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center, about the emotional impact on the community and how parents can help children process violence and grief.

Watch the full story below.

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Trauma Smart being implemented in North Kansas City School, Linden West
Saint Luke's Crittenton Children's Center's Trauma Smart model is being implemented in North Kansas City School, Linden West.