Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Child Safety

Community News

May 15, 2013

Marcy Kane, Ph.D., of Watertown, has been appointed to the Task Force to Study Behavioral Health Provisions for Young Adults, a key component of the recently passed ‘Act Concerning Gun Violence Prevention and Child Safety’.  This legislation was passed in response to the Sandy Hook School Shooting.

Dr. Kane is the Vice President for Children’s Services at Waterbury-based Wellmore Behavioral Health.  She is a licensed clinical psychologist and was among 23 Wellmore staff that were first responders to the December 14th tragedy in Sandy Hook.