Youth Violence and Bullying Prevention

Youth violence and bullying are major public health issues for individuals, families, and communities. Both are complex problems which, over time, impose serious effects on targets, bystanders, and aggressors. Solutions require widespread, sustained efforts in families, schools, and communities. Be a part of the solution to bullying and violence in your community.

STRYVE-Striving to Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere

A national initiative led by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to stop youth violence before it begins. STRYVE Online provides direction at national, state, and local levels on a public health approach to prevent youth violence, a comprehensive plan, and prevention strategies based on the best available research evidence. Several communities share their experiences in the reduction of youth violence through the public health approach.

StopBullying.gov

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