Opioid Lawsuit; Trauma-Informed Care; Affordable Housing

Close to 400 state and local governments across the country are suing makers and distributors of opioid drugs lawsuits. Those cases will be heard in one court room, here in Cleveland with U.S. District Court Judge Dan Polster presiding.    

Affordable housing can improve lives and transform communities. But for nearly 1 in 8 renters in Cleveland have gone through the eviction process. Most are people of color. 

Helping kids heal after trauma:  an approach called Trauma-Informed Care is helping children overcome the damage done by what they may have witnessed or endured. 


Kenneth Kowalski, Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshal College of Law Professor 

Habeebah Grimes, Psychologist and Positive Education Program's Chief Clinical Officer

Kate Carden, CHN Housing Partners Assistant Director for Community Resources



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