Columbine, 9/11 survivors tell Orlando mental health providers Pulse grief will last

The Orlando Museum of Art hosted a panel discussion for those affected by the shooting at the Pulse nightclub, reported Caitlin Doornbos of the Orlando Sentinel. Members of the 9/11 community and people affected by the 1999 Columbine school shooting were members of the panel organized by the 9/11 charity Tuesday’s Children.

The panel encouraged Florida mental health professionals and Orlando leaders to prepare to support the survivors of the shooting for many years to come and mentioned that many survivors and families ask for help roughly two years after violent incidents, which is when most programs have ended.

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