Youth Violence Prevention: Working Together to Keep Communities Safe

The impact of youth violence on communities is widespread and long lasting. But, there are many ways to make a positive impact. This compendium, which includes case studies of initiatives to combat youth violence drawn from AHA member hospitals and health systems, illustrates just a few of the most innovative and effective efforts currently underway. View the entire compendium below.


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