The National Center for Health Statistics and Bureau of Justice Statistics are surveying hospitals by telephone through April 6 to develop a comprehensive list of hospital-based services and programs for victims of crime and/or abuse. For more on the Hospital-based Victim Services Frame Development project, visit https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/hvsfd/hvsfd.htm.

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