Hospital-Based Violence

Intervention Program

The Safe Harbor Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program (HVIP) is a collaboration with the Division of Trauma, the Department of Emergency Medicine, the Department of Social Work, and our community partner, Southern California Crossroads. Safe Harbor HVIP provides wraparound services for victims of interpersonal violence through intensive, post-injury case management. Such services include tattoo removal, mental health counseling, job training and placement, relocation aid, application for victims of crime compensation, and positive mentorship. Our goal is to promote the growth and wellbeing of our clients while addressing the social determinants of health and structural barriers that may be present in their lives.

Sumala Haque, MSW, MPH

Education: 

Master of Social Work

University of Southern California

Class of 2016

 

Master of Public Health

University of Southern California

Class of 2017 

Program Coordinator/Clinical Social Worker Safe Harbor Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program Safe Harbor Trauma Recovery Center

Together with the individual, we create, coordinate, support and ensure the follow-through of an individualized service plan.

For more information,

please contact Javier at

JAVIER@socalcrossroads.org

or  check out their website at:

www.socalcrossroads.org

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

Southern California Crossroads

Javier Martinez

Doralee Johnson

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

Southern California Crossroads

Together with the individual, we create, coordinate, support and ensure the follow-through of an individualized service plan.

For more information,

please contact Javier at

DJOHNSON@socalcrossroads.org

or  check out their website at:

www.socalcrossroads.org

Peter Bernal

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Together with the individual, we create, coordinate, support and ensure the follow-through of an individualized service plan.

For more information,

please contact Peter at

PETER@socalcrossroads.org

or  check out their website at:

www.socalcrossroads.org

Briana Vargas

Lead Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Education: 

Bachelor of Arts in Human Services

California State University, Dominguez Hills

Class of 2020

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Evelyn Rodriguez

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Minor in Psychology

California State University, Los Angeles

Class of 2019

Jocelyn Licona

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Education:

Bachelor of Science in Psychology

Minor in Criminal Justice

California State University, Dominguez Hills

Class of 2019

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Salma Lopez

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Together with the individual, we create, coordinate, support and ensure the follow-through of an individualized service plan.

For more information,

please contact Salma at

SALMA@socalcrossroads.org

or  check out their website at:

www.socalcrossroads.org

Lorena Lorenzo

Case Manager, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program

 

Southern California Crossroads

Together with the individual, we create, coordinate, support and ensure the follow-through of an individualized service plan.

For more information,

please contact Lorena at

LORENA@socalcrossroads.org

or  check out their website at:

www.socalcrossroads.org