Violence is one of our nation’s most devastating public health issues. Millions of people are affected by all types of violence—child abuse, youth violence, domestic violence, human trafficking. One reason we remain committed to violence prevention is because the health ramifications of violence have long-term consequences.
We are addressing violence prevention nationally and locally in 45 CHI communities, supported by the CHI Mission and Ministry Fund.
Our violence prevention programs have successfully reduced the rates of violence and have far exceeded expectations. They are changing the face and character of our communities.
Learn more about this great work and the special people who strive daily to make their communities safe and secure on the CHI Champions of Violence Prevention page on InsideCHI.
For more information, contact Laura Krausa.