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Family Violence Prevention Program



Awards

2014 winner of the Verizon Wireless Hopeline Corporate Humanitarian Award from Peace Over Violence

The Peace Over Violence organization recognized Kaiser Permanente with the Verizon Wireless Hopeline Corporate Humanitarian Award for its long-standing commitment to ending domestic violence as well as for its support and leadership in the NO MORE campaign.
Peace Over Violence Website »

2009 winner of the Family Violence Prevention Fund’s “Heroes in Health Care” Award

Kaiser Permanente and Brigid McCaw, MD, received this award for creating an innovative, comprehensive health systems approach to domestic violence, which is being implemented throughout Kaiser Permanente nationally. The award recognizes Kaiser Permanente’s commitment to domestic violence as an important health care issue.
Press release »

2007 winner of the National Business Coalition on Health’s eValue8 Innovations Award

This award is given to three innovative healthcare programs or projects that set a precedent for other health care organizations to follow nationally. The programs or projects receiving the award must address highly prevalent health care and public health issues. Employer groups are increasingly aware that domestic violence has a large impact on the workforce and are recognizing Kaiser Permanente’s exemplary approach.
National Business Coalition on Health website »

2005 winner of the R.J. Erickson Diversity Achievement Award

This award recognize individuals, groups, and facilities that have demonstrated extraordinary efforts to achieve Kaiser Permanente’s diversity objectives.

2004 winner of the STAND! Rollie Mullen Award

This award honors a passionate and dynamic individual or group committed to ending domestic violence.
STAND! website »

2003 Gold winner of the American Association of Health Plans/Wyeth HERA Award

This award honors those programs that have made a measurable difference in the lives of women and children. The HERA award is supported through an unrestricted educational grant from Wyeth.
American Association of Health Plans website »

2002 winner of the Partners Ending Domestic Abuse Corporate Leadership Award

This award honors deserving members of the corporate community who have shown leadership and have had an impact on eradicating domestic violence in our society.
DVC Partners website »