What The Survivors Take With Them- Awareness About The MSD School Shooting And PTSD

        The tragedy recently occurring at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is likely to lead to a number of students developing a host of mental health (psychiatric) symptoms.  Some may develop mood symptoms or disorders, anxiety symptoms or disorders, etc.  Some may develop

April: Sexual Assault Awareness Month Activities

We hope to see you at these SAAM/Sexual Assault Awareness Month survivor & supporter speak out/art events! Please share & post on all your social media, newsletters, meetings, bulletin boards, etc.  Empowered survivors of sexual assault, members of our Survivor Action Team & staff of Victim

St. Lucie County Hosts Local Mitigation Strategy Meeting April 13

  PORT ST. LUCIE – On Friday, April 13, 2018, at 9 a.m., the Public Safety Department’s Division of Emergency Management will host the St. Lucie County Local Mitigation Strategy (LMS) Steering Committee and Working Group for a general meeting of its public and private sector membership. This

PBC Community Groups & Organizations Serving the Community- Pallets of Free Food For Distribution

  Hunger is a concern in our community, and the Palm Beach County Office of Community of Revitalization has teamed up with Living Hungry, Farms Share, the South Florida Hunger Coalition, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, the School District of Palm Beach County, Nonprofits First and

St. Lucie County’s Bike Share Program Gets Peddling in Fort Pierce

FORT PIERCE – Don’t let the lack of a bicycle stop you from peddling around St. Lucie County. St. Lucie County’s Transit Division has partnered with Zagster on a two-year pilot program that will create nine bicycle rental stations throughout the county.  Bicycle share stations have already been