10.18- New Orleans' best bet to reduce youth crime? Invest in programs that alleviate trauma, study says | Jessica Williams on

6.26- Trauma, Kids, and Our Community | Tap Bui on United Way of Southeast Louisiana

4.16- For a decade, they kept a haven for Central City children. Then the money dried up. | Richard A. Webster on

3.8 - Here’s how the Orleans School Board plans to help traumatized students | by Wilborn P. Nobles III

1.11 - New hope for a new generation | by Faith Dawson on


8.20 - Children's mental health clinic opens in New Orleans East | by Richard A. Webster on

8.12 - New Orleans Council calls for plan to treat childhood trauma, but unclear how it will be funded | by Jessica Williams on

8.10 - Trauma doesn't have to define New Orleans children | by Richard A. Webster on

8.9 - New Orleans City Council calls for increase in trauma services for children | by Richard A. Webster on

7.25 - Schools need to understand what violence does to children | Editorial by The Times-Picayune Editorial Board on

7.18 - The children of Central City need more heroes like Coach Edgarson Scott | Opinion by Jarvis DeBerry on

7.17 - City leaders call attention to 'Children of Central City' by Greg LaRose on

7.8 - All of us must work to heal traumatized children | Opinion by Melissa Sawyer and Kenneth Polite Jr.

6.29 - Instead of seeing a child's trauma, many wrongly imagine ADHD | Opinion by Jarvis DeBerry on

6.24 - The deepest wounds are those we don't see | Opinion by Tim Morris on

6.23 - One in a Million on

6.22 - New Orleans children need their schools to help them with trauma | Editorial on

6.18 - How exposure to violence can be toxic to the brain and body on

6.15 - More rescue efforts needed in Central City | Opinion by Jarvis DeBerry on

6.13 - The Children of Central City: How to help and find help on

4.4 - Defying the odds, a young woman recovers from a childhood police trauma by Eve Abrams on



7.14 - For children who have faced serious trauma, a place to learn by Henry Gass in The Christian Science Monitor

1.25 - A new movement to treat troubled children as, " Sad, not Bad" by Katy Reckdahl on The Hechinger Report



9.14.16 - Team picked to promote culture of health in New Orleans by Jarvis DeBerry on

8.31.16 - Tulane trauma study launches in six New Orleans schools by Barri Bronston on Tulane's website

8.30.16 - Tulane teams with 6 New Orleans schools to address trauma among kids by Danielle Dreilinger on

4.26.16 - Guest column: Including juveniles in the adult justice system perpetuates trauma by Dr. Denese Shervington in The New Orleans Advocate

4.15.16 - A Murder Rocks New Orleans by Brett Martin in The New Yorker

3.31.16 - With records in the rooms and a respectable music lineup, the Ace Hotel chain puts its spin on New Orleans by Alison Fensterstock in The New Orleans Advocate

2.6.16 - New Orleans children need help dealing with trauma: An Editorial on

2.3.16 - Let's work for better environments, not grittier children by Jarvis DeBerry on

2.2.16 - Urban Speaks Radio show interview with IWES Founder/CEO Denese Shervington and Ethan Ashley on WBOK1230AM

2.1.16 The Good Morning Show interview with Dr. Denese Shervington and Oliver Thomas on WBOK1230AM

1.29.16 - School disciplinary methods change when children are seen as sad and not bad by Jarvis DeBerry on


2.18.19- Violent crime is scarring New Orleans’ youth- WWLTV with Sheba Turk

6.23.16 - Taking A Stand: Keeping Young Lives On Track - WWLTV with Natalie Shepherd

5.12.16 - Many children in New Orleans deal with PTSD from exposure to violence - WWLTV's "Taking A Stand" with Sally Ann Roberts

3.17.16 - Mention at the March 17, 2016 New Orleans City Council meeting