With tragedy in Newtown, the calls for help are clear, something has to change.
We wanted to find out what has changed since our own tragedy here in Tucson on January 8th - nearly two years ago.
Since the shooting, Pima Community College and many other organizations have taken action to prevent another tragedy.
The college added a full-time psychologist who is also on a committee - along with the police chief and several other administrators.
They meet twice a month now discussing potential threats and violence issues on campus.
Campus police officers are also being trained on how to deal with people who suffer from mental health issues. Administrators and students agree, communication is key.
Crisis Response Network has established a Tragedy Support Line for those affected by the school shooting that occurred in Connecticut. The Tragedy Support Line number is 1-800-203-CARE (2273).
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