Violence remains at epidemic proportions in the U.S. and in Louisiana, this includes gender-based violence [partner violence, sexual harassment, and assault], community violence and policing, and gun violence. Across Louisiana, we are partnering with key experts and stakeholders to undertake state-wide surveillance of violence, discrimination, and health equity to guide prevention programming and inform public policy for the state and nationally.
FINDINGS FROM THE SURVEY
Louisiana Violence Experiences Survey (LaVEX)
- Supported By: Newcomb Institute
- Project Contact: Anita Raj (Care of Laura Kreller) email@example.com
- Media Contact: Newcomb Communications firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Violence Prevention Institute at Tulane University, Mary Amelia Center for Women's Health Equity Research (MAC), Center on Gender Equity and Health at the University of California San Diego
Anita Raj, PhD, MS she/her/hers
Executive Director, Newcomb Institute of Tulane University
Nancy Reeves Dreux Endowed Chair
Professor, Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
This work includes sensitive information on mental health and violence, including domestic violence and sexual assault. If you need support for any of these concerns, please contact:
Louisiana Mental Health, Suicide, and Crisis 24-hour Hotline: 988
Louisiana Statewide 24-hour Hotline for Domestic Violence Survivors: 1.888.411.1333
Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault crisis phone line at 888.372.8995 (24/7) English/Spanish. Text at 225.351.7233 or Chat online here.