TMC participates in national day of awareness to end violence on June 8

IMG_0289Violence is an ongoing public health and safety challenge throughout the country.

Join Tucson Medical Center and hospitals and health systems across the country on June 8 for the second annual #HAVhope, a national day of awareness that calls for ending violence in all forms.

IMG_0294“Hospitals serve as the backbone of healthy communities, supporting victims of violence-related trauma, answering the call in times of tragedy and attempting to prevent violence in the first place by building healthy communities and embracing best practices to keep employees safe,” said Judy Rich, TMC’s president and CEO.

“This event presents an opportunity for us all to show our commitment in ending all forms of violence, both in our workplaces and in our communities,” she added


To support #HAVhope day:

  • Share a photo on June 8 of yourself holding hands with others in your community or workplace committed to combating violence. This collection of photos will provide a visual to demonstrate that we stand together to combat violence. Download a sign here.
  • Use #HAVhope on social media to highlight your work or commitment to combat violence in your community or workplace.

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