About the Symposium

Where we are, where we need to go and how to get there.

Inter partner violence (IPV) is not a private matter; it is one of the nation’s most common, but underreported crimes. IPV is also a serious public health problem.

This Symposium aims to more fully engage attendees in understanding how inter personal violence has profound ramifications on health and in developing and implementing, individual and community-centered solutions. Plenaries and breakout sessions will include historic and current data and approaches significant to health and human service professionals, advocates, educators, business leaders, the legal and law enforcement sectors and community members.

Presenters will include representatives from the Prevention and Equity Institute, Legal Momentum ,

Keynote by Jacquiline Miller, Texas Council on Family Violence and National Resource Center on Domestic Violence