Please help us get the word out about our upcoming walk/run for domestic violence awareness month with City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson. Please partner with us in spreading the word about our upcoming walk/run to prevent and end violence in the home. Please post the attached flyers to your social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter) and mention […]Read more "The Philly400 Run – Domestic Violence Awareness Month Event"
About Jennifer: Professional Passion: Dedicated RN with over eight years critical care experience and a proven ability to build positive relationships with patients, peers and in multiple disciplines throughout the healthcare realm. Jennifer will complete her MBA this fall and hopes to continuing advancing in healthcare administration and giving back to help others who have similar […]Read more "New Project Advisor – Jennifer Evans BSN, RN, PCCN"
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When kids live with abuse, their self-confidence becomes distorted….shattered. ?Our adventure at the local “Jumpstreet”, indoor trampoline playground, was encouraging. ?When we first arrived, Brother and Little AoA were completely overwhelmed. ?We went to a smaller space in the back of the building, and planted ourselves there. Granddaughter…
Our Philadelphia based non-profit is changing the dialog on violence prevention and beginning a positive shift in the direct care provided to women and children living in violent homes. This video is a little about the beginning of our very important project. It was created by Diana Bustos, one of our amazing Urban Studies interns […]Read more "THE CREATION OF A MOVEMENT TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN"
This past Sunday, May 10, Speranza Human Compassion Project’s founder, Christina Blackburn interviewed on air with Ramona from FM HDMS Radio. Tune in to find out why Christina started this project, and where she hopes to take it. Click the link to download the file! https://www.sendspace.com/file/65kbscRead more "Founder of Speranza Interviews with FM HDMS Radio"
Read about what the American Public Health Association had to say about Speranza here!Read more "The APHA Loves Our Project!"
Domestic violence, also known as intimate partner violence, is serious medical, social, and public health concern (Koziol-McLain, Coates, & Lowenstein, 2001). Women who have experienced physical, psychological or sexual violence can suffer many physical and mental health problems (Taft, et al., 2013). Taking this into consideration, many victims of domestic violence seek medical attention […]Read more "To screen or not to screen…"