Includes guides, publications, training toolkits, and education materials on best practices assisting public safety and law enforcement officials in their efforts to build and maintain successful relationships with their communities.
Provides access to online training materials for students, faculty, and staff on substance abuse and sexual assault prevention. The CampusClarity website also contains the Talk About It Community where downloadable materials are readily available.
Educates on teen dating violence prevention such as risk factors, building understanding of healthy relationships, and resources available to those experiencing dating violence. Includes graphic novel scenarios, interactive exercises, and Choose Respect materials.
Features resources, materials, and tools created by the Great American Smokeout, aimed at helping schools and communities launch a campaign against smoking. These are for general audiences, as well as a college audience, and Spanish speakers.
Provides definitions, research and resources about intimate partner violence (IPV), a serious, preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans. The goal is to stop IPV before it begin by providing strategies that promote healthy behaviors in relationships.
Provides users with a pledge and personal commitment to help keep women and men safe from sexual assault and not to be a bystander to the problem, but to be a part of the solution. Provides users with resources, videos, and tips to prevent sexual assault.
Supports comprehensive implementation and enforcement of domestic violence firearm prohibitions at all levels of government. By providing information, as well as community-based strategies and examples, this project seeks to prevent domestic violence-related homicide in our families and communities. The site provides information about how to improve a community’s response to domestic violence-related gun violence.
Provides resources designed to help communities support emotional well-being and recovery after traumatic events. Trauma among individuals, families, and communities can be widespread and have an impact on mental and physical well-being, which can be compounded for minority communities.