In October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Coalition was presented with a proclamation signed by Baltimore’s Mayor Jack Young, commending the group for “serving as a leader in building a collaborative community response across health care providers and allied professionals seeking to address IPV-related issues.”
Coalition members work hard to raise awareness of IPV and health in their hospitals and communities on October 16th and throughout the year – and you can too.
“Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day (HCADV Day) is a nationally recognized awareness-raising day that takes place annually on the second Wednesday of October. Sponsored by Futures … Read moreOctober 16th is Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day
On October 3, 2019, the Maryland Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence recognized Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a viewing of A Better Man, a documentary that explores how restorative justice can address intimate partner violence. Priya Bhayana of Restorative Response Baltimore began the night with an overview of promising restorative justice work, and how … Read moreCoalition’s Second Annual Movie Night
In September, the Maryland Health Care Coalition Against Domestic Violence sponsored and had members attend the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence’s 18th Conference in Washington D.C.
“NCADV’s conferences are known for their cutting-edge content and survivor-centric focus… (concentrating) on how advocates do the work in the domestic violence field. The conference is intentional in that … Read moreNational Coalition Against Domestic Violence Conference, “Voices in Action”