AAFPRS and Candela Partner to Aid Domestic Abuse Survivors
The Educational and Research Foundation of the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Candela Corporation are joining forces to support survivors of domestic violence.
FACE TO FACE: The Domestic Violence Project is one of three arms to the AAFPRS Foundation's humanitarian programs. Through this program, AAFPRS members offer pro-bono facial plastic and reconstructive surgery to domestic violence survivors to repair face, head and neck injuries caused by an intimate partner or spouse. The facial plastic surgeons who have participated in the program have helped more than 1,000 women since its inception in 1994.
This year, the AAFPRS Foundation has been working to establish funding to support individuals whose injuries go beyond what AAFPRS physician services can offer, such as hospital stay or anesthesiologist fees. In response, Candela has provided the seed money to establish this funding. In addition, the AAFPRS and Candela are collaborating to outline protocols...
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