The state of Ohio has awarded MetroHealth and the May Dugan Center a grant to create a Trauma Recovery Center (TRC) that will provide crisis intervention to trauma and violent crime victims. While receiving care at MetroHealth, these patients will be connected to support services which will provide the necessarily stabilization support to end the trauma of victimization and facilitate complete recovery. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is awarding more than $2.6 million in grants to create five TRCs in Ohio. The May Dugan Center and MetroHealth received a $545,363 grant. The TRC will have a part-time administrator based at MetroHealth, along with access to May Dugan services for support.
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