Ohio Program Seeks to Ease Trauma for Shooting Victims

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Ohio is preparing to roll out a program that addresses the myriad interconnected complications that arise from nonfatal firearm injuries, reports The Trace. It will be the second state to unveil what’s known as a trauma recovery network, modeled after a seminal effort in California. Americans suffer more than 80,000 nonfatal firearm injuries a year. The trauma from shootings extends beyond the emergency . . .

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