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Identifies evidence-based prevention and intervention programs that are effective in reducing antisocial behavior and promote healthy youth development. Provides information on the Blueprints for Violence Prevention project and various research and dissemination initiatives.

Intended for the general public to provide a basic overview of bullying.

Behavioral Health/Mental Health

Provides an overview of social-emotional development, and also contains links to other useful resources on this topic.

Assists in deciphering where organizations intersect in areas such as target population; services budgeted for youth, and governance power.

System Change

Examines, compares and summarizes the global trends of male and female youth violence around the world by country. Discusses some of the environmental causes including societal, political, and economic.

Discusses the impact that the CDC is having on the prevention of youth violence through its funding of research to understand the problem and identify effective interventions.

Contains information, interactive tools, parent handouts, charts, Tip Sheets, FAQ’s, articles, and powerpoint slideshows all designed to help anyone involved with the care of babies and toddlers support and nurture their health and development.

Outlines the risks faced by young children with social, emotional, and behavioral problems, as well as barriers to eligibility, access to services, and service utilization. The authors conclude by recommending policy improvements needed by young children and their families.

Early Childhood

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