VIOLENCE PREVENTION 101
You can think of it as a relay team for prevention: overall success depends upon all teammates and how they run their legs of the race.
We use a four-level social-ecological model to help us understand violence and the potential benefits of prevention strategies.
CDC’s EvaluACTION tool helps violence prevention professionals to evaluate and improve current program efforts. Use to plan your next steps..
Our training on Principles of Prevention uses first-hand experience to illustrate the basics of stopping violence before it starts. Take it for..
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Violence is a serious public health problem that is preventable. Ongoing research continues to improve our understanding of violence. Every year, we learn more about effective prevention programs that can help professionals and communities proactively prevent violence. But there is still more work to be done. This is where you can help.
Preventing violence begins by understanding the basics. The training and resources you will find on VetoViolence focus on primary prevention, that is, stopping violence before it starts.
Learn more about these prevention basics from our Principles of Prevention training.