Provides information for school staff and parents identifying signs of youth violence and managing traumatic stress.
Available as a webpage or brochure (in PDF format).
Provides tips and strategies on how to get through a traumatic event/crisis.
APAs report on gun violence.
This brochure is intended to help readers with taking their own road to resilience. The information within describes resilience and some factors that affect how people deal with hardship. Much of the brochure focuses on developing and using a personal strategy for enhancing resilience.
An article to help young people recognize when a classmate or friend might be a potential danger to themselves or others.
Provides numerous youth violence resources and publications.
Summarizes what is known about young people and electronic aggression, provides strategies for addressing the issue with young people, and discusses the implications for school staff, education policy makers, and parents and caregivers.
This printable two-page fact sheet provides an overview of youth violence.
This free on-line course offers continuing education credits and includes interviews with leading experts, interactive exercises, and effective violence prevention methods.
A resource center for child and adolescent injury and violence prevention.
This document was developed for educators, juvenile justice practitioners, and others in youth-serving organizations to heighten awareness of conflict resolution education and its potential to help settle disputes peacefully in a variety of settings.
This curriculum has roots in a wide variety of effective practices stimulated by in-depth research in both violence prevention and prejudice reduction. The innovative approaches used in the curriculum involve combining current methods of prejudice reduction with violence prevention strategies to provide a comprehensive unique curriculum to reduce crimes based upon intolerance.
Provides direct services, resources, training, and technical assistance.
Provides printable materials as background, resources, and response strategies for preventing youth violence.
Provides information about safety programs, legislative updates, events calendar, and press releases.
Designed as a resource for individuals and groups interested in involving and empowering youth in organizational efforts to prevent bias-motivated behaviors and hate crimes.
This site offers promising educational and counteraction strategies for young people.
Provides information about projects; papers/publications; past presentations; training and events; and other resources.
Call 1-800-985-5990 or text "TalkWithUs" to 66746. The Disaster Distress Helpline provides 24/7, year-round crisis counseling and support. The Helpline is staffed by trained counselors from a network of crisis call centers located across the United States.
Helps parents and teachers recognize common reactions children of different age groups (preschool and early childhood to adolescence) experience after a disaster or traumatic event. Offers tips for how to respond in a helpful way and when to seek support.
A national initiative led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent youth violence before it starts; provides community tools, training and technical assistance, online community workspaces, and connections to other communities.
This site contains tips for teachers and administrators to foster a safe school environment.
This site, sponsored by the Southern Poverty Law Center, promotes and supports anti-bias activism and provides practical resources for educators.
Developed by CDC to provide grantees and partners with access to training and tools that focus on the primary prevention of violence (Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Violence, Suicide, and Youth Violence).