9/11: One Person Can Make a Difference

“Social work is about helping people get to a better place, including yourself. I’ll be a great social worker. I love people—all shapes and sizes.”

September 10, 2013

“As a police officer, I’m supposed to help people, and I still hear the cries of those I didn’t help,” she recalls. “Those I couldn’t help.” Fortunately, Alicia wasn’t left without help, because, “In the months and years that followed, social workers helped me to get past that day.”

That’s why Alicia is studying to become a social worker. She knows one person can make a difference, and that anyone affected by trauma deserves a chance to regain their sense of peace and solace. This is Alicia Regan’s story.  

This is Alicia Regan’s story.

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