An article published in the Journal of Public Health Management and Practice walks us through the Life Outside of Violence Program methods and preliminary outcomes.
Members of the Life Outside of Violence team discuss the program with the hosts of Donnybrook on KETC-TV in St. Louis.
The Life Outside of Violence (LOV) Program, in its fourth year, is featured in Washington Magazine as offering “an individualized approach to solving one of the biggest problems of our time.”
Institute Faculty Scholar and ER physician, Kristen Mueller, MD, is interviewed and talks about the Life Outside of Violence program.
In this piece from the Giffords Law Center, LOV’s work in St. Louis discussed. Case Manager Keyria Jeffries is quoted.
This release from The White House Briefing Room discusses Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs.
The Life Outside of Violence Program (LOV), an intervention program that helps those harmed by stabbing, gunshot or assault receive the treatment, support and resources they need to find alternatives to end the cycle of violence, and one of its case managers, Melik Coffey, are the subjects of an article in SSM Health Cardinal Glennon […]
KSDK shows how the Life Outside of Violence program helps victims of violent crime recover and find a path forward.
Listen to Kateri Chapman-Kramer, project coordinator, and Melik Coffey, program mentor, discuss Life Outside of Violence (LOV) on this podcast.
Jane Doe* is a young woman with several children. For the majority of her life, she’s been in a violent environment. It began when she was a child and continued off and on as she became a young woman. For now, she’s violence-free…