Healing Together: Preventing Youth Violence in Upton/Druid Heights focused on a predominantly African American neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. Trauma and stress are commonplace among residents –nearly 60% of adults are unemployed, life expectancy is the lowest in Baltimore, and the murder rate is almost two times that of the city. The Healing Together project aimed to reduce trauma and stress induced by poverty and violence. The project addressed the sources of trauma and stress through a combination of preventative measures and data analysis. The collaboration used several tactics including: two-generation approach to strengthening families; providing case management to pregnant women and parenting classes; preventive policing strategies; alternative discipline in community schools; and improved trauma-informed care in community schools.