Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery

330 Brookline Avenue
Boston, MA 02215

Helping People Impacted by Violence

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Our Mission

The Center for Violence Prevention and Recovery (CVPR) was established in 1997, to:

  • Improve the health and well-being of people impacted by multiple forms of violence, including domestic violence, sexual assault, community violence and homicide by providing trauma-informed services and programs
  • Elevate response to violence and train healthcare providers to identify and respond to patients who are experiencing or have previously experienced violence in their lives
  • Engage in innovative collaboration between health care providers and community organizations to provide violence intervention, prevention and recovery services

Programs & Services

All services provided are private, confidential and free.

Sexual Assault

Sexual assault is a crime of violence and control. It's any type of sexual contact without consent between two or more people, regardless of their gender or marital status.

Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence also known as intimate partner violence or battery is a pattern of behavior used to establish power and control over another person through fear and intimidation, often including the threat or use of violence. 

Community Violence

Community Violence can be a wide variety of interpersonal violent acts including homicide, youth violence, bullying, and workplace assaults.

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