The Center for Injury Prevention and Policy

The Center for Injury Prevention and Policy (CIPP) was established in 2011 in a proactive effort to reduce preventable injuries and violence and to reduce the consequences while establishing a culture of injury prevention in Maryland. The center focuses on injury trends and prevention-based educational programs offered throughout the State of Maryland.

Geared to research, evaluate, and modify implementation techniques in teaching trauma prevention, the CIPP consists of multiple programs including the Violence Prevention Program, the Domestic Violence Bridge Program, the Trauma Prevention Program, Minds of the Future Program, and the Trauma Survivor’s Network.

The CIPP hosts about 1,500 events annually.


Learn More about the Center for Injury Prevention and Policy

For additional information, please email us at prevention@umm.edu or call 410-328-2035