AHA on June 3 will hold its sixth-annual #HAVhope Friday, a part of its Hospitals Against Violence initiative for mitigating violence in the workplace and community. #HAVhope Friday is a national day of awareness that unites hospitals, health systems, nurses, doctors and other professionals on social media to highlight programs and other violence mitigation initiatives. Download the #HAVhope Friday digital toolkit for social media posts and graphics that you can use to participate on June 3 using the #HAVhope hashtag.

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