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About The Founder

Jerome Hall, MSW, LISW-CP, LCASA
Founder and Executive Director

Project Calm, LLC was founded by Jerome Hall as he followed his passion to provide holistic treatment to the individuals and families he supports.  Mr. Hall sought to merge his extensive history providing therapeutic services with his passion for sports and physical fitness. 

  • Mr. Hall studied and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Studies at Syracuse University. He continued his education at Syracuse University earning a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Mr. Hall was a student athlete at Syracuse University where he played Varsity Football and Lacrosse for the Orange Men of Syracuse.

  • Mr. Hall achieved twenty years of experience working for The New York State Office of Children & Family Services providing counseling and clinical services for youth and families in New York State juveniles justice facilities. He directed and facilitated a Batterer’s Intervention Program providing weekly classes and therapy to men dealing with issues of violence or anger toward their love ones.

  • Mr. Hall taught classes on Family Violence as an Adjunct Professor at Lemoyne College in Syracuse New York. He is a passionate National Speaker specializing in Family Violence, including Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.


  • ​​Mr. Hall is Self-motivated and an initiator of new programs and projects to address societal issues. In 2007 he was bestowed the Verizon Award for Community Education on Domestic Violence. He was awarded the 2008 Social Justice Award from Syracuse University and in 2010 the Vera House Special Appreciation Award in recognition of outstanding contributions in the mission to stop Domestic Violence.​​

  • Mr. Hall consults with the National Consortium of Academic & Sports to educates college athletes, professional athletes, military personnel and high school students about gender violence. He has trained thousands of athletes and hundreds of coaches.

  • ​​Mr. Hall in collaboration with Syracuse University, Center for Court Innovation and The United States Department of Safe & Drug-Free Schools secured a research grant to provide Gender Violence “Train the Trainer” model for Syracuse University Students in 2006. In 2010 Mr. Hall relocated to the Carolina area where he is an elected member of the Board for National Association of Social Workers- SC Chapter representing the Catawba Region. 

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