For a better experience, click the Compatibility Mode icon above to turn off Compatibility Mode, which is only for viewing older websites.


Moving Toward Healing: Trauma and Violence and Boys and Young Men of Color. Rich JA. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. September 2016

Intervening in the Community to Treat Trauma In young Men of Color. Rich JA, Harris EJ, Bloom SL, Rich Lj, Corbin T. APA Handbook of Psychology and Juvenile Justice. 2016

The Youth Nonfatal Violence Injury Review Panel: An Innovative Model to Inform Policy and Systems Change. Purtle J, Rich LJ, Rich JA, Cooper J, Harris EJ, Corbin TJ. Public Health Report. Nov-Dec 2015

Cost-benefit Analysis Simulation of a Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program. Purtle J, Rich LJ, Bloom SL, Rich JA, Corbin TJ. American Journal of Preventative Medicine. February 2015 

Hospitals as a Locus for Violence Intervention. Purtle J, Corbin TJ, Rich LJ, Rich JA. Oxford Textbook of Violence Prevention. 2015

Hospital-based Violence Intervention Programs Save Lives and Money. Purtle J, Dicker R, Cooper C, Corbin TJ, Greene MB, Marks A, Creaser D, Topp D, Moreland D. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. August 2013

The Prevalence of Trauma and Childhood Adversity in an Urban, Hospital-Based Violence Intervention Program. Corbin TJ, Purtle J, Rich LJ, Rich JA, Adams EJ, Yee G, Bloom SL. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved. August 2013

Developing a Trauma-Informed, Emergency Department-Based Intervention of Victims of Urban Violence. Corbin T, Rich JA, Bloom, SL, Delgado D, Rich, LJ, Wilson AS. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation. June 2011

Healing the Hurt: Trauma-Informed Approaches to the Health of Boys and Young Men of Color. Rich JA, Corbin TJ, Bloom SL,  Rich LJ, Wilson A, Evans S. The California Endowment. 2010

Approaching the Health and Well-Being of Boys and Men of Color Through Trauma-Informed Practice. Corbin TJ, Rich JA, Bloom SL, Rich LJ, Wilson A. Changing Place: How Communities Will Improve the Health of Boys of Color. Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Race, Ethnicity and Diversity at Berkeley Law, University of California. 2010

Faith-Based Approach to Care of Violent Youth in the Emergency Department. Youth Violence: Interventions for Health Care Providers. Corbin TJ, Rich JA et. al. In Ketterlinus RD, ed. Violently Injured Youth: An Emergency Department Perspective. Washington, DC; Library of Medicine; 2008:  123-134

Pathways to Recurrent Trauma Among Young Black Men: Traumatic Stress, Substance Use, and the “Code of The Street”. Rich JA, Grey CM. American Journal of Public Health. May 2005