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CDC Releases Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect: A Technical Package for Policy, Norm, and Programmatic Activities

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Thursday, 21 April 2016

CDC released Preventing Child Abuse & Neglect: A Technical Package for Policy, Norm, and Programmatic Activities. A technical package is a collection of strategies that represent the best available evidence to prevent or reduce public health problems like violence. The package supports CDC’s Essentials for Childhood framework and highlights 5 strategies to prevent child abuse and neglect.

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CDC Advances Research on Preventing Dating, Intimate Partner, and Sexual Violence

Date: 
Wednesday, 16 September 2015

In September 2015, CDC announced five new awardees that will rigorously evaluate approaches to prevent dating violence, intimate partner violence, and sexual violence. This research investment is approximately $6.8 million over the next four years.

New and Improved VetoViolence Website

Date: 
Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Are you a violence prevention practitioner who is busy, short on time, doing more with less, and looking for ways to maximize your resources? CDC invites you to visit the new and improved VetoViolence website

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WISQARS 101: Interacting with Fatal & Nonfatal Injury Data

Date: 
Tuesday, 10 June 2014

During this Safe States & CDC webinar on June 25, Lee Annest will offer an interactive tour of WISQARS to help you start using – or better use – this system in your injury and violence prevention work.

Recent News

Tuesday, 18 June 2019
The National Resource Center on Domestic Violence has released the second of its 7-part series of stories for the new Innovation section of the PreventIPV website. This exciting project features lessons learned from the DELTA FOCUS program of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Friday, 14 June 2019
“I do this work so that my daughter, granddaughter and millions of adults and children know that they deserve to thrive in a world that is filled with love and support rather than violence and abuse.” —Damien Frierson, Division of Family Violence Prevention Services

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