Our team brings significant expertise to solve today’s pressing challenges by working to reduce current violence, prevent future violence, and co-create sustainable systems that improve outcomes for communities.

The World Health Organization (WHO) declared violence is a major global public health crisis. In the United States alone, more than 40,000 people per year, on average, are killed by homicide or suicide in gun-related injuries.

Government agencies at all levels, nonprofit and community-based organizations, and foundations are among those committed to diagnosing the problems of violence and crime and deploying evidence-based interventions.

Leaders across many jurisdictions, including at the federal level, believe that implementation of effective interventions requires sound data, expert evaluations, and technical assistance.

Discover how our team can help support your local and state leaders working in violence prevention systems.