As part of the AHA’s Hospitals Against Violence initiative, the association is asking hospitals and health systems to submit photos by May 1 showing their commitment to combating violence. AHA will use the photos online to promote the June 8 #HAVhope Day of Awareness. Hospitals can view more information, including how to download a #HAVhope sign, online. Click here to submit your photos to AHA.  

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