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“What we’re seeing is a coming together, with our shared values supporting us, to collectively utilize our resources,” says Furr-Holden, who came to MSU from Johns Hopkins University. “Our interventions focus on strengthening partnerships with community stakeholders, including community-based organizations and our local government, to address issues such as food access, public safety and community development in Flint.”
From the Article: “Dr. Lawrence said the key aspect of CRM is building awareness for trauma informative approaches.” CRM stands for “Community Resiliency Model, a model that trains community members to focus on skills and approaches that help people balance their reaction to trauma or stressors.”
“It’s being mindful that people go through things that we may not go through and it may mean they react in ways that we don’t expect,” she said. “Stressors will never go away, but now we have skills in our tool boxes to be able to respond.” Click here to read more!