About the BRIC
The Bullet Related Injury Clinic (BRIC) can help you or someone you love heal after being shot.
We are here to help you take care of yourself and heal after being injured by a bullet.
You might be in pain.
You might have trouble sleeping.
You may be thinking about what happened, over and over again.
You may not be eating well.
You may be using people and drugs to get you through the stress.
Or, you might be fine.
Either way, we are here for you.
1 - Wound care supplies to take care of any injuries you might have
2 - A phone line where you can call or text
3 - Visits with Dr. Punch, either in person or virtual
Want to learn more about the BRIC?
After being shot, you have a "bullet-related injury". We are here to help you with your injury which might have left you with a wound needing care today. All you have to do is call. While your wound is something you can see, you might be hurt in other ways as well. Our How to Heal program includes a five-step approach to healing after being shot, whether you or someone you love has been injured.
Each visit is completely free, totally confidential, and overseen by trained medical staff. Want to learn more? Check out the six topics below for more information on How to Heal.
Meet the Team
LJ Punch, MD FACS
Trauma Surgeon and Community Advocate
Jane Hayes, MSIII
Washington University Medical Student and Harvard University MPH Candidate
Community Health Worker and BRIC Advocate