ABC15 is searching for solutions following the tragic events at Sandy Hook Elementary in Connecticut.
Communities around the nation have been left with unanswered questions about everything from mental health to school safety.
ABC15 began Arizona's Search for Solutions with an open conversation between educators, parents and politicians live from the ABC15 studios and hosted by ABC15 anchors Connie Colla and Steve Irvin.
The topics included mental health issues, how to make our schools safer and what changes can be made here in Arizona.
Watch the entire special in the video player above.
Have questions you want answered? You can keep reaching out to these Valley organizations for more resources and support.
The conversation will continue on the ABC15 Arizona Facebook page .
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