When people in Baltimore become victims of violence they often have to tell their stories over and over — to police, forensic investigators, doctors, social workers, therapists. And they often need to find their own way to all of those professionals if they want help after the traumatic event. But as violence climbs across the region, a new center in Northwest Baltimore has begun providing all the follow-up services to survivors under one roof. “When we do the warm handoff, it’s down the hall,” said Adam Rosenberg, executive director of the center and vice president of violence intervention and prevention for LifeBridge Health, which runs the center, and has several hospitals in and around the city.
As violence rises across Baltimore, new LifeBridge center offers hope and services to victims
July 11, 2022