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Why Is Injury and Violence Prevention Important?


Injuries are the leading cause of death for Americans ages 1 to 44, and a leading cause of disability for all ages, regardless of sex, race/ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. More than 180,000 people die from injuries each year, and approximately 1 in 10 sustains a nonfatal injury serious enough to be treated in a hospital emergency department.

Beyond their immediate health consequences, injuries and violence have a significant impact on the well-being of Americans by contributing to:

The effects of injuries and violence extend beyond the injured person or victim of violence to family members, friends, coworkers, employers, and communities.

Violence/ Injury Prevention

Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

Metro Health
University Hospitals

MetroHealth Medical Center is going on six years with their violence prevention program. University Hospitals is going on their fourth year. Hundreds of patients have been served between both health systems. (Help with housing, education, anger management, and employment opportunities). 

This has helped individuals rebuild their lives. This would not be made possible without the support of The Cleveland Peacemaker Alliance staff, who continue to provide outstanding support to our patients.

To learn more about this program contact Danielle Rossler.

Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance


Cleveland Peacemakers Alliance is an organization committed to providing community-led prevention, intervention, and restoration services to those in our communities.

To learn about the program contact Danielle Rossler or visit their website.

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Upcoming Events

14th Annual Trauma Symposium

Mark Your Calendar!

NOTS 14th Annual Trauma Symposium will be September 16, 2024.

Hope to see you there!

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Cleveland Clinic
Metro Health
Southwest General
University Hospitals