Resources and Current Research
California Teens Make Video to Respond to Newtown Tragedy
Violence prevention: the evidence
|The Public Health Approach to Violence Prevention |
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tackles the issue of violence prevention through its Injury Center. This website considers violence from a public health standpoint, and includes other forms of violence as well.
Links Between Violence and Chronic Diseases, Mental Illness and Poor Learning
|VETO Violence! Help Stop Violence Before It Happens.... |
Check out these great interactive tutorials and videos on youth violence!
RESEARCH ON YOUTH VIOLENCE PREVENTION BEST PRACTICES
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Last updated Sep 21, 2015