New AJPM Publication: “Lifetime Economic Burden of Intimate Partner Violence Among U.S. Adults”

From the American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM):

“The costs from intimate partner violence (IPV) are substantial, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine (AJPM). The estimated intimate partner violence lifetime cost was $103,767 per female victim and $23,414 per male victim, or a population economic burden of nearly $3.6 trillion (2014 US$) over victims’ lifetimes, based on 43 million U.S. adults with victimization history. This estimate included $2.1 trillion (59% of total) in medical costs, $1.3 trillion (37%) in lost productivity among victims and perpetrators, $73 billion (2%) in criminal justice activities, and $62 billion (2%) in other costs, including victim property loss or damage. Government sources pay an estimated $1.3 trillion (37%) of the lifetime economic burden.”

View full report here!