The VPC, in alignment with a generous grant from Blue Shield of California Foundation, is spearheading a collaborative effort to collect information on the co-occurrence of gang violence and domestic violence. Many who work in the field are keenly aware that there is overlap between these two types of violence, but there have been few comprehensive efforts to assess the extent of this problem. Researching and documenting the overlap is crucial to understanding best practices in service provision and acquiring resources for providers. It is also critical to ensuring more rigorous research that could dramatically reduce these types of violence. We are conducting focus groups, consulting with key stakeholders, partnering with the Los Angeles City’s Domestic Violence Task Force on a symposium, and writing a report that will propose key findings and areas that require further study. Our goal is to provide an accurate overview of the challenges around this intersection, especially those that are still most persistent after our city’s initial efforts at dialogue and cross training.