What Others Have to Say

  • I overhear young people discussing healthy relationships more openly.
  • I think that a lot of people working in it day-to-day thought that no one really cares about this. But when Harmony was being talked about and hearing people say ‘oh, yeah, that is a really important issue’ – and even though they may have thought it, now they were saying it. In the past I think there were lots of things not done because of the perception that no one would react positively to talking about violence. And I don’t think that was necessarily true and this project proved it.
  • I just think that professionally, people coming together and talking and identifying some service gaps and looking at different plans for those service gaps and recognizing again, it’s not just a school issue; it’s not just a health issue. It’s a community – at various levels – issue.
  • Just being able to communicate with one another and being able to look at the needs.... Building professional relationships with [other CCRT members] – I’m more comfortable picking up the phone to connect and talk through stuff. And just looking at the individual as a whole.