This project builds on Hospital‐based Interpersonal Violence Intervention Programs (HVIP) developed in the past three years at three partnering Department of Health Services (DHS) trauma centers in Los Angeles County to identify hospitalized patients who are victims of interpersonal violence and to provide a longitudinal, 6‐month outpatient intervention that links patients to diverse, relevant outpatient services addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) and offers care coordination and support. The goal is to use the evidence‐based RE‐AIM implementation framework to identify and initiate strategies to address barriers to successful conduct of HVIPs that address a significant public health gap in care.

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