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Participants heard how programs at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center and Regional One Health target social determinants of health to help victims of interpersonal violence recover, decrease violence-related reinjury, and reduce recidivism.view more »
Interpersonal violence is considered a social determinant of health; several association members have worked to reduce such violence as part of community-integrated health care.view more »
Learn how interpersonal violence can affect patients and discuss the value of hospital-based intervention programs.view more »
Site for hospitals and other health care facilities reflects violent incident rate four times higher than other sectorsview more »
AHA resource developed as part of the Community Connections Initiativeview more »
SFGH's program targets victims of interpersonal/youth violence who are aged 10 to 30view more »
Wishard's violence prevention programming has cut recidivism and created a safer communityview more »
HHC connects resources to high-risk youth in many settings—from the ED to the basketball courtview more »
Alameda's Caught in the Crossfire program has become a national model for violence interventionview more »
Denver Health’s AIM project helps victims of violence overcome trauma and lead less risky livesview more »
BMC aims to equip victims of violence with the skills they need to avoid future high-risk situationsview more »
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