June is National PTSD Awareness Month – a time to build awareness about the symptoms and treatment of PTSD and to reduce the stigma of this condition. PTSD is brought on by experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event.
May 30 marks the 20th Anniversary of the end of the 9 month rescue and recovery effort at Ground Zero. Thousands attended the solemn ceremony where all stood at attention as the last beam, was ceremoniously carried up the ramp.
Our hearts are broken by the recent murders of 19 young children and 2 teachers at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, and the 10 innocent individuals who lost their lives in the shooting in Buffalo, New York.
This month marks the 20th Anniversary of the closing of the rescue and recovery efforts at Ground Zero. On May 30 at 9:30am the National September 11 Memorial & Museum will commemorate this milestone with a ceremony.