But healing is possible if you have the right people by your side. With the resources we have available, the many short and long-term effects of family violence, both personal and global, can be overcome. In fact, many people are on that path to healing right now.
The goal of everything we do is to break the cycle. And to restore hope. Our multidisciplinary team of experts is here to provide each person the personalized care they need, while working to eliminate the damage that these heinous acts cost society as a whole. Here, we focus on all aspects of family violence, beyond prevention and intervention:
- We treat victims.
- We advocate for change.
- We conduct research.
Appointment of Lynn Rosenthal as President
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital has announced the appointment of Lynn Rosenthal as President, effective March 25. Rosenthal, a nationally known champion for the prevention of family violence, has served as the director, Violence Against Women Initiatives for the Biden Foundation since 2017, where she advanced the Foundation’s programs to create cultural change towards ending domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) is partnering with Westerville Division of Police to host a FREE education session for parents of teenagers. Get tips and resources for communicating with your teen about technology and relationships in today’s digital culture. Learn more about the Teens and Technology Training.
The Center for Family Safety and Healing is thankful to have been named the January and February 2019 Easton Change for Charity Recipient. Learn more about Change for Charity.
January 21, 2019: Nationwide Children’s Hospital announced today a gift of $20 million from the Wexner Family Charitable Fund that will benefit The Center for Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Read the full news release here.
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