LifeBridge Health is responding to the growing presence of violence in Baltimore.
Their Center for Hope offers integrated programs and services designed to break the cycle of violence and its lifelong impact for victims of all races, ethnicities and religions.
“We recognize the fact that violence is a public health issue,” said Adam Rosenberg, the Vice President of Violence Intervention and Prevention at LifeBridge Health and the Executive Director of the Center for Hope. “Back in 2019, we brought together our various violence intervention programs, the Baltimore Child Abuse Center, our DOVE domestic violence program, our Safe Streets site, and we’ve put it under one comprehensive violence intervention program called the Center for Hope.”
Rosenberg says the Center for Hope aims to advance hope, healing, and resilience for those impacted by trauma, abuse, and violence through comprehensive response, treatment, and education.
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