Children's Wisconsin offers mental health resources for those struggling to cope with the Waukesha tragedy

NOW: Children’s Wisconsin offers mental health resources for those struggling to cope with the Waukesha tragedy

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- People around the state are struggling with the events that took place at the Waukesha Holiday Parade.

If you were at the parade, or you're just part of the Waukesha community, there are mental health professionals available to help you cope.

Jenny Walczak, a doctor of psychology and the clinical director of mental and behavioral health at Children's Wisconsin joined CBS 58 on Tuesday, Nov. 23 with ways to process help process what happened.

A Crisis line was established by Children’s Wisconsin less than 24 hours after the tragedy. That number is 414-266-6500.


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