Lancaster County has not experienced the level of violence seen and reported in other parts of the United States and around the world. While that is a blessing, we cannot assume this will always be the case unless we actively work to create a healthy and safe community in which every resident can thrive.
Join CHI St. Joseph Children’s Health and leading scholars from across the United Stated for a unique community-wide event as we learn about the causes and impacts of violence on individuals and communities. Explore how we can plan to appropriately respond, address and prevent violence from ever becoming a common and on-going problem within our community.
Many sessions are free and open to the public. The lunch sessions each day require a ticket to cover a portion of the cost for the lunch provided. Both evening sessions are also ticketed events. Individuals may attend as many sessions as they desire. Please select the appropriate registration option to participate in your preferred sessions and programs.
The Conference to End Violence is presented in collaboration with The Steinman Foundation and financial support from The Lancaster County Community Foundation.
To see the full line-up of session and register to participate please click here: Conference to End Violence.