Injury and violence are among the most serious social, economic, medical, and public health issues.
Obtain a copy of Injury Prevention: What Works? A Summary of Cost-outcome Analysis for Injury Prevention Programs on the Children's Safety Network website.
Please join us for the next CSN webinar "Partnering with Youth: How and Why to Use Youth in Your Programs." Our guest speakers include:
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Ron Slaby, Senior Scientist and Bullying Prevention Specialist leads an interactive interview with special guests: Chad Rose, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Special Education at Sam Houston State Unive
This interactive 90-minute Webinar focused on strategies to enhance your communications campaigns.
Presenters will identify strategies used to sustain a continuum of promotion and prevention evidence-informed services and supports, including strategic partnerships, personnel development activities,
The National Center on Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention is pleased to launch a unique quarterly discussion series for SS/HS grantees with OJJDP funded mentoring programs.
This document has been prepared by the Funders’ Connect project group of the Violence Prevention Alliance (VPA).
Download a copy of Why Invest in Violence Prevention?
California schools are experiencing an alarming expulsion trend, but recommendations outlined in a new EDC report could help reverse this direction.
Statewide initiatives (SWIs), or statewide coalitions, are concerted efforts by institutions of higher education, community organizations, and government officials in a state to change aspects of the
HHD's Suicide Prevention Resource Center was selected by the White House as a Champion of Change, part of President Obama’s Winning the Future Across America initiative.
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) at EDC has been selected by the White House as a Champion of Change, part of President Obama’s Winning the Future Across America initiative.