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  • Adults and Children Together Against Violence
    ACT--Adults and Children Together--Against Violence is a violence-prevention campaign composed of a national multimedia campaign and community-based training programs. The campaign focuses on adults who raise, care for, and teach children ages 0 to 8 years. It is designed to prevent violence by providing young children with positive role models and environments that teach nonviolent problem solving.

  • Children 1st
    Children 1st, the Royal Scottish Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Children, has been working to give every child in Scotland a safe and secure childhood.

  • Children and Violence
    This site provides resources for anyone interested in examining various topics related to violence and children, and developed out of the course "CDE 498: Children and Violence." We hope that this page will provide you with easy access into the not-so-easy world of children and violence.

  • Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools
    A guide to violence prevention, intervention, and crisis response in schools.

  • Facts About Violence Among Youth and Violence in Schools
    CDC's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) has been working with the Departments of Justice, Education, and other partners in response to the President's charge to collectively come up with the solutions to youth and school violence. In addition, CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion studies youth violence on an ongoing basis.

  • Family Involvement In Education
    These problems threaten children's chances for success in far too many of our communities. Prevention programs work best when parents, students, schools, law enforcement officials, and communities join together to fight back.

  • Family Violence Prevention Fund
    The Family Violence Prevention Fund is the nation's foremost expert on domestic violence, advocating to improve public policies, including those that support battered immigrant women, working with health care providers and employers to identify and aid victims of abuse, helping communities support children from violent homes, training judges to help all victims of abuse, and showing Americans how to help end domestic violence.

  • Fight Crime Invest in Kids
    Fight Crime Invest in Kids is a national anti-crime organization led by more than 900 police chiefs, sheriffs, police association presidents, prosecutors, and survivors of violent crime.

  • Inner-City Games Foundation
    The mission of the Inner-City Games is to provide opportunities for inner-city youth to participate in sports, educational, cultural and community enrichment programs; to build confidence and self-esteem; to encourage youth to say "no" to gangs, drugs and violence and "yes" to hope, learning and life.

  • Justice for Kids and Youth
    Learn all about crime prevention and what's going on in your community. Be a mapper!

  • Massachusetts - The Children's Safety Network (CSN)
    The Children's Safety Network (CSN) National Injury and Violence Prevention Resource Center is located at Education Development Center, Inc., in Newton, Massachusetts. We provide resources and technical assistance to maternal and child health agencies and other organizations seeking to reduce unintentional injuries and violence to children and adolescents.

  • Million Mom March
    We are a national grassroots, chapter-based organization dedicated to preventing gun death and injury and supporting victims and survivors of gun trauma.

  • National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence
    The National Council on Child Abuse and Family Violence (NCCAFV) is in its second decade of service to all fifty states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands as a resource center on family violence prevention. NCCAFV's commitment is to intergenerational family violence prevention -- of child abuse, domestic violence (spouse/partner abuse) and elder abuse.

  • Office of Children's Issues
    The Office of Children's Issues handles only international parental child abduction and international adoption matters.

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    Searching for the best resource and information for the family, children and babies, webmaster resources, online education and newspapers, jokes and humor, Sites of Interest!

  • Pacific Center for Violence Prevention
    The Pacific Center for Violence Prevention, a project of the Trauma Foundation, works to prevent youth violence in California.

  • Partners Against Violence
    Partnerships Against Violence Network is a "virtual library" of information about violence and youth-at-risk, representing data from seven different Federal agencies.

  • Raelin's Online Causes
    An awareness effort dedicated to reducing violence in our society, our communities, our schools, and most importantly, our homes.

  • Report-it
    Report-it is a communication tool that students can use without fear of reprisal when they feel their safety or the safety of others is at risk.

  • The Front Porch Project
    The mission of the American Humane Association, as a network of individuals and organizations, is to prevent cruelty, abuse, neglect and exploitation of children and animals and to assure that their interests and well-being are fully, effectively, and humanely guaranteed by an aware and caring society.

  • Violence Against Mothers and Abuse of Children
    Violence against mothers by their intimate partners is a serious risk factor for child abuse.(1) Conversely, mothers of abused children are at higher risk of being abused than mothers of non-abused children.(2) Co-occurrence of violence against mothers and their children by intimate partners of women is critical for community advocates, child protection workers, educators and maternal and child health care providers and others to address the safety of mothers and their children

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