德克萨斯州政府. Abbott directs health officials to 'provide behavioral health services to every child in Uvalde'

乌瓦尔德, a tight-knit town of about 16,000, is still reeling from the shooting as devastated families lay their loved ones to rest.

A banner hangs at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School on Friday, 六月 3.

A banner hangs at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School on Friday, 六月 3. (美联社/埃里克·盖伊)

As these families begin to rebuild their lives, it is essential that the children of Uvalde have access to mental health treatment,” Abbott wrote in the letter to Texas Health and Human Services Commission Commissioner Cecile Young.

I am asking that you use all available resources to work with families to provide behavioral health services to every child in Uvalde who desires support.

乌瓦尔德, 得克萨斯州学生在课堂上自费’ 生存的热血仍在动摇, 爸爸说

Organizations and individuals across the private and public sectors have pitched in to help the Uvalde community recover.

Miguel Cerrillo, father of Miah Cerrillo a fourth grade student at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, 德州, wipes his eye as he testifies during a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing on gun violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, 星期三, 六月 8, 2022. (美联社照片/安德鲁·哈尼克, 泳池)

Miguel Cerrillo, father of Miah Cerrillo a fourth grade student at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, 德州, wipes his eye as he testifies during a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing on gun violence on Capitol Hill in Washington, 星期三, 六月 8, 2022. (美联社照片/安德鲁·哈尼克, 泳池) (美联社照片/安德鲁·哈尼克, 泳池)

The federal government has been offeringevery availableresource through its School Emergency Response to Violence program to provide assistance on the ground, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said.

I spent the formative part of my career in a Connecticut elementary school. I will never forget the ripple effect of fear and heartbreak that spread among students and teachers in the aftermath of the horrific Sandy Hook shooting,” Cardona said the day after the shooting.

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一个 2020 study by Stanford University researchers found that antidepressant use increased 21.4% among adolescents who lived near schools where mass shootings took place.

People visit a memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, 德州, 星期四, 六月 2, to pay their respects to the victims killed the school shooting.

People visit a memorial at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, 德州, 星期四, 六月 2, to pay their respects to the victims killed the school shooting. (美联社/Jae C. 洪)

Kacey Johnson, who hid beneath a table during the Columbine shooting in 1999 那离开 13 人死了, previously discussed the lasting trauma that comes from surviving a school shooting.

It is a hard to life to step into. [ñ]obody wants to be in the ‘school shooting club.’ [和]ou are just thrown in without asking. Everything changes, and your old normal can never exist again,” Johnson told Fox News Digital.

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