The tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., in December 2012 forced our country to face the reality of gun violence in our communities and the increased devastation, trauma or death that each gun-related incident can bring. In response, the administration and others have made gun violence prevention a key point of focus for the nation. Because NAPH members are a key source (sometimes the only source) of trauma care in their communities, our hospitals often care for the victims of gun violence, and for many, prevention is a part of that care. We reached out to the membership to discover how NAPH members are preventing gun violence in their communities. Read on to learn about these innovative, replicable programs.