PCADV Online Prevention Resources

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PCADV’s Prevention Team began an extensive literature and program review in January 2012. Procedure and assessment criteria were established and review of curricula, campaigns and resources commenced to ensure that a variety of prevention resources and approaches would be available to member programs. The online Prevention Library was launched March 1, 2013 and is an ongoing project of PCADV’s Prevention Team.


Goal: To provide assistance to domestic violence programs and community partners to assess promising approaches to primary prevention and identify activities that could be adapted/adopted for use in Pennsylvania.

The page includes:

  • Curricula
    • Youth, School-based & Engaging Men & Boys
    • Description & Resources
    • Research
    • Resources
    • Articles
    • Community Organizing
    • Dismantling Oppression
    • Engaging Men & Boys
    • Evaluation
    • Healthcare
    • Planning
    • Public Health
    • Social Marketing
    • Workplace
    • Videos
  • State Plan

This collection of resources was designed to assist domestic violence programs and community partners to select promising prevention strategies. Innovative programs, strategies and tools will continue to be collected and reviewed as part of PCADV’s Prevention Initiative.


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