The LAP is an innovative, award-winning, nationally recognized practice to prevent intimate partner homicides and serious injuries. It has also been identified as a “supported intervention” according to the Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) Continuum of Evidence Effectiveness, and as a “leading promising practice” by the Office of Violence Against Women (OVW).
LAP receives the Partnership for a Safer Maryland Award
LAP wins the Celebrating Solutions Award from the Mary Byron Project
LAP recognized as a Top 50 Program of the Ash Institute’s Innovations in American Government Awards Program at Harvard University
MNADV In the News
- “Grant to spread domestic violence program to other states,” Washington Post
- “Helping women at risk: A Maryland program aimed at averting domestic violence is given deserved recognition,” Washington Post
- “Maryland police use new tool to reduce domestic abuse killings,” CNN
- “New move against domestic abuse,” Baltimore Sun
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