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Community Interest Programs

SC Johnson Community Interest Programs are now virtual; as always, programs are free and available to the public. Questions? Contact us at or 262-260-2154. 

"Not Enough Apologies: Trauma Stories"

We are pleased to share a replay of this program. Click here to watch the documentary and Q&A - available through October.
Program begins at the 12 minute, 30 second mark on the video.

Join us for this documentary from Wisconsin Public Television followed by Q&A with a local panel of experts.

The film explores the lasting effects of traumatic experiences on children and adults, and new responses to advocating for and assisting those with trauma.
Learn how adverse childhood experiences can result in changes in the brain, leading to cascading behavioral and mental health problems.
The documentary also looks at how service providers across the state are working to be responsive to trauma in efforts to change the trajectory for affected children.

Panelists include:

Lisa Lequia- Assistant Director of Student Services, Racine Unified School District
Steve Bedwell- Manager, Youth and Family Division, Racine County Human Services
Lt. Walt Powell- Racine Police Department
Robin Matchett-Schmidt- Child and Family Therapist II, Children’s Wisconsin Community Service
Dr. Leah Featherstone- Clinical Psychologist, Professional Services Group
Michelle Gehring- Executive Director, NAMI Racine County

Not Enough Apologizes

Reserve Your Spot for "Not Enough Apologies: Trauma Stories" Now!