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Community Organizations

Find Youth Info


Criminal Justice

222 Coridor Anti-Gang Initiative

Bureau of Justice Statistics

Gang Resistance Education and Training Program

Institute for Intergovernmental Research

National Archive of Criminal Justice Data

National Criminal Justice Reference Service

National Crime Prevention Council

National Gang Center

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention

Partners Against Hate

Programs on Youth Violence Prevention

U.S. Department of Justice

Drugs and Alcohol

National Institute on Drug Abuse

National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools         

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration


Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

Drexel University, Center for Nonviolence and Social Justice

Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention

National Center for Educational Statistics

Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative

U.S. Department of Education


Health Resources and Services Administration- Health Center Data

CDC Injury and ViolencePrevention and Control

 Intimate Violence

Click to Empower: Domestic Violence Survivors

Menergy: Counseling Program for Abusive Men, Philadelphia

National Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Office on Violence Against Women

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Domestic Violence

Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape

World Health Organization: Preventing Intimate Violence Against Women



AAA State of Play - Guide to Bullying Prevention

National Crime Prevention Council-Welcome to McGruff


Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere

Youth Violence National and State Statistics at a Glance 










Dating/ Domestic Violence

CDC- Dating Matters

Direct Service Recommendations for Children and Caregivers Exposed to Community and Domestic Violence

Developing Guidelines for Domestic Violence Offender Programs: What Can We Learn from Related Fields and Current Research?

Teen Dating Violence: A Literature Review

Love Is Not Abuse-College Curriculum

Love Is Not Abuse-High School Curriculum
Community Organization
Best Practices in Community-Based Prevention for Youth Substance Reduction: Towards Strengths-based Positive Development Policy
Collaboration for the Provision of Services: A Review of the Literature

    Widener Center for Violence Prevention


    Jenny Wyatt, Ph.D., LCSW
    Director, Widener Center for Violence Prevention


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