Speranza Human Compassion Project

Research, Critical Conversations & Events Moving the Science Forward

Violence against women and children is a major public health crisis and a population health issue that has long been overlooked and mishandled, yet our emergency and medical responders are left to deal with the fallout from this lack of attention, night after night.

Here we discuss what the research, our emergency responders, government officials, and experts say about what needs to be done NOW to improve the overall health and wellbeing outcomes for women and children in crisis, AND our first responders.


2023 Know More! Domestic Violence Interdisciplinary Conference for Women's History Month

Event hosted in partnership with the City University of New York (CUNY) Queens Campus and Speranza Human Compassion Project. This event was an educational exploration of how we can combat violence against women and children with ALL emergency responders working together.


2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Educational Event with New York State Senator Julia Salazar and Andrea Crawford, Esq., Executive Risk Management Director at NYC Health + Hospitals.


New York State Assembly Member Khaleel Anderson along with State Senator Hon. Julia Salazar, and Speranza Human Compassion Project - Present on the need for stronger domestic violence laws and the Purple Alert Law.

New York creates a "purple alert system" for missing victims of domestic violence.

To learn more about the The Purple Heart Law, click here.


New York State Assembly Member Khaleel Anderson host a Safety for Our Sisters Anti-Violence and Wellness Workshop. Speranza Human Compassion Project presented on the need for wellness and wellbeing support for victims of domestic violence.


2020 Domestic Violence Awareness Month Educational Virtual First Responder Conference on Gender-based Violence Interventions in Clinical Settings.


2020 Child Well-being and Safety Conference "Stuck in the Middle". This webinar focused on how to keep children safe when there is violence in the home, what every clinician needs to know.

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Site 2 - 83-75 117th, 2C, Richmond Hill, NY 11418

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