CAP-VIP has partnered with Project Change, a collaborative of emerging hospital-based violence intervention programs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area supported by the DC Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants. Members of Project Change include:

  • Capital Region Violence Intervention Program at UM Capital Region Medical Center
  • Howard University Hospital Center
  • MedStar Washington Hospital Center
  • George Washington University Hospital
  • United Medical Center

To address the challenges associated with criminal justice involvement, CAP-VIP has also partnered with re-entry programs sponsored by the Prince George's County Departments of Health and Corrections.

Community Partners

  • DC Office of Victims Services and Justice Grants
  • DC Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement
  • DC Victims Assistance Network
  • DC Department of Employment Services
  • Court Services and Offenders Supervision Agency
  • Community Corrections
  • Latin American Youth Center
  • Network for Victim Recovery DC
  • Eckerd Reentry Program
  • Prince George's County Transforming Neighborhoods Initiative
  • The Bridge Program at Adam's House
  • Prince George's County Department of Health
  • Prince George's County Department of Corrections
  • Prince George's County Public Schools