The Educational and Research Foundation for the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS Foundation) has been implementing FACE TO FACE: The National Domestic Violence Project since 1994 to offer individuals who have been affected by domestic violence the hope of wholeness by treating the facial injuries. For more than two decades, AAFPRS members have been volunteering to help victims of domestic abuse who cannot afford to receive treatment for facial injuries. These efforts have helped to repair both physical and psychological scars and to help individuals regain self-esteem and begin to rebuild their lives.
Attention All Potential Domestic Violence Applicants
Unfortunately, our program is currently in transition as we are in need of identifying a new domestic violence advocacy organization to partner with around the implementation of The National Domestic Violence Project. As a result, we are NOT accepting new applicants at this time.
Your patience is appreciated as we work through this process. Please check back frequently to receive updates on our program.
Contact Karen Sloat (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are an AAFPRS Member who would like to volunteer in the FACE To FACE Domestic Violence Project (or if you are a facial plastic surgeon who would like to join the AAFPRS and participate).