Deadline August 27: DHS proposes $1.8 million grant to provide ‘trauma training’ for students

In the wake of recent school shootings, the Department of Homeland Security has proposed a grant to implement a program aimed at teaching students how to properly “control severe bleeding” in the event of a mass casualty event. The School-Age Trauma Training will provide $1.8 million in free trauma training sessions to the public andContinue reading “Deadline August 27: DHS proposes $1.8 million grant to provide ‘trauma training’ for students”

Second Annual “Seattle Stand Down” Gives a Hand Up to Homeless Veterans

Except from: Seattle Community Colleges: Over 500 homeless and at-risk veterans and their families will be offered a “hand up” with a variety of services provided at the second annual Seattle Stand Down on Sept. 12 from 9am to 2pm on SCCC’s campus…. Services to be offered include medical and legal aid, employment services, housingContinue reading “Second Annual “Seattle Stand Down” Gives a Hand Up to Homeless Veterans”