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Printable Tip Cards

The Division of Prevention and Health Promotion offers downloadable injury and violence prevention tip cards with English text on one side and Spanish text on the other. Tip cards require Adobe Adobe PDF for viewing.

Adobe PDF Bicycle & Skate Safety
Adobe PDF Pedestrian & School Bus Safety
Adobe PDF Child Passenger Safety
Adobe PDF Playground Safety
Adobe PDF Sweet Dreams, Safe Sleep for Babies
Adobe PDF Choking & Strangulation Prevention for Infants/Toddlers
Adobe PDF Drowning Prevention
Adobe PDF Home Fire Safety
Adobe PDF Fire & Fall Prevention for Older Adults
Adobe PDF Fall Prevention for Children
Adobe PDF Inhalant Abuse Prevention
Adobe PDF Gun Safety
Adobe PDF Suicide Prevention
Adobe PDF Rape and Sexual Assault Prevention
Adobe PDF Teen Dating Violence Prevention (Tips for Parents)
Adobe PDF Domestic Violence Prevention
Adobe PDF Poison Prevention for Children
Adobe PDF Poison Prevention for Older Adults
Adobe PDF Dog Bite Prevention

Use The Following Order Forms to Order Additional Free Injury and Violence Prevention Materials:

Adobe PDF Pedestrian Safety

Adobe PDF Bicycle Safety

Adobe PDF Child Passenger Safety

Adobe PDF Intimate Partner Violence Prevention for Health Professionals

Adobe PDF Youth Suicide Prevention

 

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Safe Schools and Safe Students

Schools and Safe Students in Virginia was developed by the Virginia Department of Health's Injury and Violence Prevention Program with input from the Virginia Department of Education and the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services to provide schools with a useful, up-to-date reference on school and student safety.

Student-Led Safety Fair Planning Kit

The Injury Prevention Program has developed a peer education tool, a safety fair kit, for elementary and middle school-age children. This safety fair kit is an innovative tool that enables groups of children to teach others about safety. It can be implemented by elementary to middle school aged children. The kit can also be used by service clubs and scout troops to earn merits.

With this tool, children will be safety educators for their peers and/or younger children by planning and holding a safety fair. The kit includes topical facts and tip sheets on a few safety issues to guide the children in their research and planning of their activities and safety booths.

Download your copy NOW! Safety Team: A Youth Led Project (requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

Health Smart Virginia

Health Smart Virginia is a web site that offers quick Internet links to instructional resources and lesson plans that support the Virginia Health Education Standards of Learning. The curriculum resources address nutrition, physical health, mental health, injury and violence prevention, disease prevention, and many other health topics. This web site is sponsored by the: Virginia Department of Education, Virginia Department of Health and Prince William County Public Schools.

 

Injury Prevention Network Email List Serve

Subscribe to receive electronic updates on injury and violence related research, reports, conferences, trainings, webinars, resources and funding opportunities. Send an email to Heather.Board@vdh.virginia.gov with the subject line "Subscribe".

 

Last Updated: 02-28-2013

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