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The MedReportGuard application was developed collaboratively with the district attorney, law enforcement and health care providers. The program was uniquely designed to meet the security requirements for both law enforcement and medical information (HIPAA). It is supported by the Alameda County Medical Center, The Police Chief’s Association, and Alameda County Health Care Finance. It is currently being tested in the Emergency Department of Highland Hospital and there are plans to deploy to all Alameda County emergency departments and community clinics when the pilot project is completed.

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Additional DV Resources Link
Alameda County Family Justice Center - Resources in Alameda County
An anonymous, free application for smart phones and other electronic devices, the One Love MyPlan determines if a relationship is unsafe and helps to create the best action plan by weighing an individual’s unique characteristics and values. One Love App
Blue Shield Against Violence - The Foundation believes that ending domestic violence requires a strong, coordinated network of services, new knowledge about reaching highest-need populations, and a unified policy agenda. To this end, we’re investing in efforts that strengthen California's current safety net — and building a stronger domestic violence field to lead change for tomorrow. Blue Shield Against Violence
The Danger Assessment helps to determine the level of danger an abused woman has of being killed by her intimate partner. It is free and available to the public. Using the Danger Assessment requires the weighted scoring and interpretation that is provided after completing the training. The Danger Assessment is available in a variety of languages. Danger Assessment Training
Kaiser Permanente Northern California's unique and effective approach to intimate partner violence prevention. Family Violence Prevention Program

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