Hays, Kansas – HaysMed proudly joins the nation in recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. This month serves as a critical reminder of our collective responsibility to raise awareness about relationship abuse and support those impacted by it. President Joseph Biden’s proclamation of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month underscores the importance of this issue, emphasizing that everyone deserves a healthy relationship and there are people who can help.
At HaysMed, we believe in the power of education and specialized care to combat the effects of domestic violence. To this end, we are pleased to highlight our team of specially trained forensic nurses who play a vital role in addressing this pressing issue. These dedicated professionals possess the knowledge and expertise necessary to decrease the healthcare consequences of violence, improve patient recovery, and lower healthcare costs.
The Forensic Program at HaysMed is a resource for individuals and families impacted by violence in Ellis County and surrounding communities. By offering specialized care and support, our team ensures that survivors receive the compassionate and comprehensive attention they deserve. This commitment to quality care sets HaysMed apart as a trusted resource in the fight against domestic violence.
One of the key advantages of HaysMed is the accessibility of our specially trained forensic nurses. They provide critical care without the need for survivors to travel long distances for the services they require. This accessibility ensures that individuals affected by domestic violence can access the help they need right here in our community.
HaysMed recognizes that prevention through coordinated response and accountability is essential in our communities. We are firmly committed to supporting survivors and fostering an environment where everyone feels safe. In line with our dedication to education, we encourage individuals to learn more about domestic violence by visiting https://www.thehotline.org/.