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(See related pages: Public Education / Awareness, DELTA, Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month.)

 

 

The Socio-Ecological Model: A Framework for Prevention

 

10 THINGS MEN CAN DO TO PREVENT GENDER VIOLENCE (English and Español), MVP Strategies. Copyright © 1999 Jackson Katz.

10 WAYS YOUNG MEN CAN PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE, Men Can Stop Rape, Washington, DC.

100 THINGS YOU CAN DO TO PREVENT SEXUAL ASSAULT, Atlantic County Women's Center, Northfield, NJ.

16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM 2009 ~ JOINING HANDS TO PREVENT HIV AND VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, The Coexist Initiative, Nairobi, KE: 2009.

4TH MILESTONE OF A GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION MEETING 2009 ~ "BOOSTING GLOBAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION" (meeting materials), World Health Organization, Geneva, CH: 2009.

ACTION PLANNING WORKBOOK ~ BUILDING YOUR ORGANIZATION'S CAPACITY FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION: DEVELOPING AN ACTION PLAN, Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS: September 2012.

ACTIVATING COMMUNITIES AND INDIVIDUALS TO ACHIEVE CULTURAL CHANGE – Part 1 and Part 2 (online presentation), David S. Lee and Robert Commbs, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: original presentation on April 9, 2009.

ADDRESSING THE INTERSECTION: PREVENTING VIOLENCE AND PROMOTING HEALTHY EATING AND ACTIVE LIVING (Executive Summary), Larry Cohen, Rachel Davis, Virginia Lee and Erica Valdovinos, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: May and September 2010. Copyright © 2010 Prevention Institute.

ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS OF RAPE PREVENTION RESEARCH: A RESPONSE TO THARP ET AL. (2011) (abstract), John D. Foubert, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: August 22, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Sage.

APPLYING THE PRINCIPLES OF PREVENTION: WHAT DO PREVENTION PRACTITIONERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WHAT WORKS?, Maury Nation, Dana Keener, Abraham Wandersman and David DuBois, May 12, 2005.

APPROACHING OLD PROBLEMS IN NEW WAYS: COMMUNITY MOBILISATION AS A PRIMARY PREVENTION STRATEGY TO COMBAT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, Lori Michau, Gender & Development (volume 15, number 1), Oxford, UK: March 2007. Copyright © 2007 Oxfam GB.

ASSESSMENT FOR LIFETIME EXPOSURE TO VIOLENCE AS A PATHWAY TO PREVENTION, Linda Chamberlain, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: February 2006.

AN ASSESSMENT OF YOUTH VIOLENCE PREVENTION ACTIVITIES IN U.S.A., CITIES, Billie Weiss, Southern California Injury Prevention Research Center and Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: June 2008. See Overview.

BENEFITS AND COSTS OF PREVENTION AND EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH, Steve Aos, Roxanne Lieb, Jim Mayfield, Marna Miller and Annie Pennucci, Washington State Institute Public Policy, Olympia, WA: September 17, 2004.

BEST PRACTICES FOR ENGAGING YOUTH AS PARTNERS IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE Prevention (English and Español), National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA: January 2014. Copyright © 2014 National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

A BETTER START ~ CHILD MALTREATMENT PREVENTION AS A PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY, Francie Zimmerman and James A. Mercy, Zero to Three, Washington, DC: May 2010. Copyright © 2010 Zero to Three.

Beyond April and October: Some Ideas for Gender ViOlence Prevention Campaigns Throughout the Year, Ben Atherton-Zeman, 2005.

BLUEPRINT FOR ACTION: PREVENTING YOUTH VIOLENCE IN MINNEAPOLIS, Department of Health and Family Support of the City of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN.

BLUePRINTS FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION OVERVIEW, Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, Boulder, CO. Copyright © 2002-2004.

BRIDGING SCIENCE AND PRACTICE IN VIOLENCE PREVENTION: ADDRESSING TEN KEY CHALLENGES, Janet Saul, Jennifer Duffy, Rita Noonan, Keri Lubell, Abraham Wandersman, Paul Flaspohler, Lindsey Stillman, Morris Blachman and Richard Dunville, American Journal of Community Psychology, Springer, New York, NY: March 14, 2008. Copyright © 2008 Springer.

BUILDING A MOVEMENT FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN ACTION ~ WEB 2.0 TO ADVANCE PREVENTION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE, David S. Lee, North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault 2011 Statewide Conference, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, New Bern, NC: May 17, 2011.

BUILDING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS ACROSS VIRGINIA: A FACILITATOR'S GUIDE FOR TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ UNIT 6: PROMOTING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS, Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Richmond, VA.

BUILDING THE VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PRIMARY PREVENTION MOVEMENT (web conference), Rachel Davis, Elizabeth Walters, Donna Garske and Debby Tucker, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: originally aired March 10 and 12, 2009.

CAPACITY BUILDING FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMMING (special collection), National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: August 2012.

CDC INJURY CENTER AT 20 YEARS: CELEBRATING THE PAST, PROTECTING THE FUTURE, edited by Karin A. Mack, Kimberley Freire and Angela Marr, Journal of Safety Research (volume 43 [4], pages 227-326), September 2012. Copyright © 2012 National Safety Council and Elsevier Ltd.

THE CDC INJURY CENTER PREVENTS TEEN DATING VIOLENCE, INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2011.

CHANGING MEN: BEST PRACTICE IN VIOLENCE PREVENTION WORK WITH MEN, Michael Flood, Home Truths Conference: Stop Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence: A National Challenge, Melbourne, AU: September 15-17, 2004.

CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES ARE SAFE FROM VIOLENCE IN THEIR HOMES AND NEIGHBORHOODS, The California Endowment, Los Angeles, CA: December 2009.

CHOOSE RESPECT ANNUAL REPORT, 2005-2006, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

COMMENTARY ON FOUBERT, GODIN & TATUM (2010) THE EVOLUTION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND THE URGENCY FOR EFFECTIVENESS (abstract), Andra Teten Tharp, Sarah DeGue, Karen Lang, Linda Anne Valle, Greta Massetti, Melissa Holt and Jennifer Matjasko, Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: February 28, 2011. Copyright © 2011 Sage.

COMMUNICATIONS AND TECHNOLOGY FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION: WORKSHOP SUMMARY (scroll down), Institute of Medicine and National Research Council, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC: 2012. Copyright © 2012 National Academy of Sciences.

COMMUNITIES ENGAGED IN RESISTING VIOLENCE, Ann Russo and Melissa Spatz, Women & Girls Collective Action Network, Chicago, IL: December 2007.

COMMUNITIES TAKING ACTION: PROFILES OF HEALTH EQUITY, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA.

COMMUNITY VIDEO PROJECT FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: A TOOLKIT, Lauren Goodsmith and Angela Acosta, Communication for Change, Brooklyn, NY; US AID, Washington, DC; and American Refugee Committee International, Minneapolis, MN: 2011. See A Practical Guide to Community Video Training.

COMPREHENSIVE PREVENTION EFFORTS: HOW SARTS CAN PLAY A ROLE, Ashley Maier and Alexa Priddy, Connections, Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force, Salem, OR: November 2009.

COMPREHENSIVE PREVENTION PROGRAM, Delaware Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Wilmington, DE: draft as of February 13, 2012.

CONVERGENCE PARTNERSHIP RELEASES RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH FUND, Convergence Partnership, PolicyLink and Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: June 2010.

CORE COMPETENCIES FOR INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Thomas Songer, Shelli Stephens-Stidham, Corinne Peek-Asa, Ingrid Bou-Saada, Wanda Hunter, Kristen Lindemer and Carol Runyan, American Journal of Public Health (volume 99 [4], pages 600-606), Washington, DC: April 2009. Copyright © 2009 the American Public Health Association.

Creating CHANGE: FOR PEOPLE WORKING TO PREVENT FAMILY VIOLENCE IN NEW ZEALAND, Campaign for Action on Family Violence, Family and Community Services, Ministry of Social Development, Wellington, NZ: March 2011.

Creating Safe Environments: Violence Prevention Strategies and Programs (executive summary), Patti Culross, Larry Cohen, Ashby Wolfe and Joanne Ruby, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: June 2006. Copyright © 2006 Prevention Institute.

CULTIVATING PEACE IN SALINAS ~ A FRAMEWORK FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA.

CULTURALLY COMPETENT PREVENTION AND RESPONSE (videos) with Kourou Pick and Lynn Peters, Harbor Cov, Inc., Chelsea, MA. (Interviews conducted during Women of Color Network's 2012 National Call to Action Institute and Conference: Collective Empowerment, Collective Liberation, July 9-13, 2012, St. Paul, MN.) Produced by California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Sacramento, CA: August 13 and 14, 2012.

DELTA AND DELTA PREP: BUILDING CAPACITY FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION OF IPV, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: June 2011.

DeVELOPING SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION PLANNING COMMITTEES: LESSONS LEARNED FROM EMPOWER (Windows Media Player slide presentation), Karen Lang, Ingrid Bou-Saada, Natalie Kelly, Betsy Randall-David and Eileen Recktenwald, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA: March 27, 2007.

DEVELOPING TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION STRATEGIES – FORMATIVE RESEARCH WITH MIDDLE SCHOOL YOUTH (abstract), Rita K. Noonan and Dyanna Charles, Violence Against Women (volume 15 [9], pages 1087-1105), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: 2009. Copyright © 2009 Sage.

Domestic violence prevention programs in health care settings are cost effective, Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, December 1, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Gale Group, Inc. and Townsend Letter Group.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION: A HISTORY OF MILESTONES AND ACHIEVEMENTS, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: March 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, SEXUAL VIOLENCE & TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ COMMUNITY SNAPSHOTS 2010-2011, Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault, Juneau, AK.

Drawing the line: a guide to developing effective sexual assault prevention programs for middle school students, National Rape and Sexual Assault Prevention Project, American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Washington, DC. Copyright © 2000.

DRIVE PEACE HOME CAMPAIGN, Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Richmond, VA: 2012. See flyer.

EDUCATING FOR CHANGE (scroll down), Rick Arnold, Bev Burke, Carl James, D'Arcy Martin and Barb Thomas, Between the Lines and the Doris Marshall Institute for Education and Action, Toronto, ONT, CA. Copyright © 1991 Between the Lines and Doris Marshall Institute for Education and Action.

EFFECTIVELY INVOLVING MEN IN PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, Garth Baker, Issues Paper (number 5), New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse, Auckland, NZ: November 2013.

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF UNIVERSAL SCHOOL-BASED PROGRAMS FOR THE PREVENTION OF VIOLENT AND AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOR, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: August 2007.

EMBRACING PREVENTION AS SOCIAL CHANGE ~ HOW TO BUILD ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY FOR PREVENTION, Missouri Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, Jefferson City, MO: March 2012.

EMERGING STRATEGIES IN THE PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, David A. Wolfe and Peter G. Jaffe, The Future of Children (volume 9, number 3), Princeton, NJ: Winter 1999.

EMPOWERING BYSTANDERS TO PREVENT CAMPUS VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: A PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF A POSTER CAMPAIGN, Sharon J. Potter, Mary M. Moynihan, Jane G. Stapleton and Victoria L. Banyard, Violence Against Women (volume 15, number 106), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Copyright © 2009 Sage.

ENDING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: A FORUM FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION ADVOCATES – audio recordings of a few presentations (scroll down), California Department of Public Health's Safe and Active Communities Branch, Sacramento, CA: 2009.

ENGAGING COMMUNITIES IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ A GUIDEBOOK FOR INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS ENGAGING IN COLLABORATIVE PREVENTION WORK, Morgan J. Curtis, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX.

ENGAGING MEN IN SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION, Mary Stathopoulos, ACSSA Wrap (number 14), Australian Centre for the Study of Sexual Assault, Melbourne, VIC, AU: 2013. Copyright © 2013 Commonwealth of Australia.

ENGAGING VOLUNTEERS IN PRIMARY PREVENTION, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX.

ENVISION. ACT. PREVENT. ~ ..., David Lee, PreventConnect, Mary Lauby, Jane Doe Inc.: The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Monika Johnson Hostler, North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, consultant Joan Tabachnick and Isa Woldeguiorguis, Center for Hope and Healing.

...Changing Norms, Challenging Language (video), October 25, 2012

...A Social Justice Approach to Prevention (video), October 25, 2012

EVALUATING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A FAMILY-FOCUSED PREVENTION PROGRAM: EFFECTIVENESS OF SAFE CHILDREN, David B. Henry, Patrick H. Tolan, Deborah Gorman-Smith, Michael E. Schoeny, Jack Zwanziger and Sage Kim, February 2012.

EVALUATION WEBINAR SERIES (scroll down), facilitated by Sandra Ortega, Ohio Department of Health, Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Prevention Program, Columbus, OH.

Using the Primary Prevention Capacity Assessment, October 21, 2010.

Linking Learning Objectives, Goals Statements & Outcome Measurements, January 20, 2011.

Conducting a Community Needs & Resources Assessment, March 10, 2011.

THE Evidence FOR VIOLENCE PreventiON ACROSS THE LIFESPAN AND AROUND THE WORLD ~ WORKSHOP SUMMARY, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC: October 15, 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Academy of Sciences.

An Evidence-Based Review of Sexual Assault Preventive Intervention Programs, Shannon Morrison, Jennifer Hardison, Anita Mathew and Joyce O’Neil, October 2004.

FAMILY VIOLENCE CRIES OUT FOR PREVENTION, Janet Carter, Women's eNews, January 28, 2004. Copyright © 2004 Women’s eNews.

FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION & HEALTH PRACTICE, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: January 2005 - Spring 2009.

Focusing on the Prevention of First-Time Male Perpetration of Sexual Violence, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA.

THE FOUR R's OF PREVENTION, Stop It Now!, Northampton, MA.

FUTURE OF PREVENTION FUNDING LIES IN BROAD, PUBLIC-HEALTH APPROACH, Join Together, Boston, MA: May 14, 2010.

GLOBAL REVIEW OF NATIONAL PREVENTION POLICIES, South African Medical Research Council, Oak Foundation and Sexual Violence Research Initiative, Pretoria, ZA: 2011.

GUIDE FOR TRANSFORMATIVE PREVENTION PROGRAMMING ~ SEXUAL VIOLENCE & INDIVIDUALS WHO IDENTIFY AS LGBTQ, National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2012 National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

GUIDELINES FOR THE PRIMARY PREVENTION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE & INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Richmond, VA: 2009.

HEALTHY SEXUALITY FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION: A REPORT ON PROMISING CURRICULUM-BASED APPROACHES, Virginia Healthy Sexuality Workgroup, Virginia Sexual & Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Richmond, VA: 2011.

HISTORY OF SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS AND PREVENTION EFFORTS, Janet Meyer, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Denver, CO: 2000.

HOLLABACK! LAUNCHES "I'VE GOT YOUR BACK" CAMPAIGN, Hollaback!, New York, NY: June 9, 2011.

"HOW DO WE CREATE CHANGE?": PRIMARY PREVENTION ~ BUILDING COMMUNITY CHANGE TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, David S. Lee, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, for Colorado Advocacy in Action Conference, Vail, CO: June 12, 2103.

HOW IS COST-BENEFIT THINKING RELEVANT TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION?, Transforming Communities, San Rafael, CA.

ILLINOIS SAFETY CAMPAIGN DISSOLVES BOUNDARIES, Women's eNews, Chicago, IL: September 11, 2007. Copyright © 2007 Women's eNews.

IMPACTS OF A VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM FOR MIDDLE SCHOOLS ~ FINDINGS FROM THE FIRST YEAR OF IMPLEMENTATION, Institute of Education Science of the National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Washington, DC: 2010.

THE IMPORTANCE OF INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION RESEARCH CONGRESSIONAL BRIEFING (part 1 and part 2), Linda Degutis, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Washington, DC: July 26, 2011.

INCLUDING EFFORTS TO END CHILD Sexual Abuse WITHIN THE SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION MOVEMENT (webinar slides and audio recording), hosted by PreventConnect and sponsored by Ms. Foundation for Women, originally aired May 2, 2012.

INSTIGATE! AN ONLINE TOOLKIT FOR COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION, Transforming Communities, San Rafael, CA: 2001.

INTEGRATING COMMUNITY BUILDING AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, Institute for Community Peace (formerly National Funding Collaborative on Violence Prevention), Washington, DC, and Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA : August 2003.

INTIMATE PARTNER Violence Prevention SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION: RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE PREVENTION: A CATALOG OF EVIDENCE-BASED AND PROMISING PRACTICES FOR COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES, Elizabeth Mosley, North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Asheville and Durham, NC: April 2010.

Inventory of Workplace Interventions Designed to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence, Christine Lindquist, Monique Clinton-Sherrod, Jennifer Hardison and Belinda Weimer, RTI International, Research Triangle Park, NC: May 4, 2006.

ISSUES FOR TEACHERS IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EDUCATION, Janet Meyer, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Denver, CO: November 22, 2000.

KAISER PERMANENTE HONORED FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM, Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA: October 8, 2009.

LET'S STOP VIOLENCE BEFORE IT STARTS: USING PRIMARY PREVENTION STRATEGIES TO ENGAGE MEN, MOBILISE COMMUNITIES, AND CHANGE THE WORLD, Michael Flood (facilitator), United Against Domestic Violence: Engaging All Men in Prevention Conference, Mr. Gambier, SA, AU: July 14-15, 2011.

A LIFETIME COMMITMENT TO VIOLENCE PREVENTION: THE ALAMEDA COUNTY BLUEPRINT, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: July 2005.

LIST OF RESEARCH, DATA & INFORMATION RELATED TO CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION PREVENTION, National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation.

LOVE AND PEACE: LET'S HELP TEENS PUT THEM TOGETHER, Kristin Schubert, Women's eNews, Washington, DC: October 22, 2009. Copyright © 2009 Women's eNews.

MAKING THE CASE FOR COMMUNITY PREVENTION THROUGH MEDIA ADVOCACY, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: August 2011.

MAKING THE CASE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION THROUGH THE LENS OF COST-BENEFIT: A MANUAL FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION PRACTITIONERS, Angela Browne-Miller, Transforming Communities, San Rafael, CA: June 2006.

Making the Peace: AN Approach to Preventing Relationship Violence Among Youth, National Resource Center on Domestic Violence, Harrisburg, PA: March 2000. Copyright © 2000 National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.

MAKING YOUR MESSAGE COUNT: APPLYING THE STRATEGIES & TACTICS OF ADVERTISING TO SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION (videos), Rebecca Nagel and Brad Perry, 2013 National Sexual Assault Conference, Los Angeles, CA: August 28, 2013.

Part 1

Part 2

MALE PRIVILEGE IN PREVENTION WORK, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA.

MAPPING PREVENTION (podcasts), National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA.

Branding Prevention, Ashley Maier, May 8, 2012.

Incorporating Healthy Sexuality, Alison Bellavance, April 30, 2012.

Virginia's Yes Campaign, Jonathan Yglesias, May 8, 2012.

MEDIA, POPULAR CULTURE AND YOUTH: MEDIA LITERACY AS A VIOLENCE PREVENTION STRATEGY (podcast), Jyoti Venketraman and Andrea Quijada, 2013 National Sexual Assault Conference, Los Angeles, CA: August 28-30, 2013.

MEN AND BOYS: PREVENTING SEXUAL AND INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE (special collection), National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: July 2012.

MEN IN THE MOVEMENT TO END VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: CAMPAIGNS AND CAMPAIGN MATERIALS, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: revised 2007.

MILESTONES IN THE PREVENTION MOVEMENT, Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Columbus, OH: 2007.

THE MINNESOTA SUMMIT TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE E-REPORT, Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault, St. Paul, MN: December 3-4, 2009.

MOBILIZING FAMILY, FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS TO PREVENT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Close to Home Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative, Dorchester, MA: 2003.

MODELS IN PREVENTION ~ CDC'S DELTA PROGRAM (special collection), National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: August 2011. Listen to interview with the NRCDV's Casey Keene talking about the "Models..."

MOVING FORWARD BY LOOKING BACK: REFLECTING ON A DECADE OF CDC'S WORK IN SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION, 2000-2010, Sarah DeGue, Thomas R. Simon, Kathleen C. Basile, Sue Lin Yee, Karen Lang and Howard Spivak, Journal of Women's Health (volume 21, number 12), New Rochelle, NY: 2012. Copyright © 2012 Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.

Moving Upstream, Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Charlottesville, VA: March 2005 – Fall / Winter 2011.

mPreventViolence: COMMUNICATION AND TECHNOLOGY FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ A WORKSHOP (webcast), Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC: December 8-9, 2011.

MURDER IS NO ACCIDENT: UNDERSTANDING AND PREVENTING YOUTH VIOLENCE IN AMERICA (purchase), Deborah Prothrow-Stith and Howard R. Spivak, Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, CA: 2003. Copyright © 2000-2009 John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

NATIONAL ACTION PLAN FOR CHILD INJURY PREVENTION, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA: 2012.

NATIONAL PLAN TO PREVENT THE SEXUAL ABUSE AND EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN, National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation, March 2012. Copyright © 2012 National Coalition to Prevent Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation.

NATIONAL PRESS CONFERENCE IN NEW ORLEANS ANNOUNCES BOOK ABOUT SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN DISASTERS, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA: July 30, 2008.

NATIONAL PREVENTION COUNCIL ACTION PLAN ~ IMPLEMENTING THE NATIONAL PREVENTION STRATEGY (full plan and fact sheet), National Prevention Council, Washington, DC: June 2012.

NATIONAL PREVENTION STRATEGY ~ AMERICA'S PLAN FOR BETTER HEALTH AND WELLNESS, National Prevention, Health Promotion and Public Health Council, Washington, DC: June 16, 2011.

NEW ONLINE JOURNAL EXPLORES DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN HEALTH CARE & PUBLIC HEALTH SETTINGS, Speaking Up (volume 11, issue 3), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA: March 18, 2005. Read Family Violence Prevention & Health Practice.

NINE PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PREVENTION PROGRAMS, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: 2012.

OBAMA ADMINISTRATION RELEASES NATIONAL PREVENTION STRATEGY, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Washington, DC: June 16, 2011. See National Prevention Strategy America's Plan for Better Health and Wellness.

OREGON STRATEGIC PLAN FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY, Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force, Keizer, OR: adopted October 28, 2010.

OREGON YOUTH SEXUAL HEALTH PLAN, Children, Adult and Families Division of the Oregon Department of Human Services, Salem, OR.

ORIENTATION TO VIOLENCE PREVENTION (self-directed online learning module), PREVENT ~ Preventing Violence through Education, Networking and Technical Assistance, Chapel Hill, NC.

OTHER VIOLENCE AND ABUSE RESOURCES, Violence Prevention, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL.

OUR COMMITMENT TO PREVENTION IN TEXAS, Texas Council on Family Violence, Austin, TX.

PARENTING AND THE PREVENTION OF CHILD MALTREATMENT IN LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES, South African Medical Research Council, Oak Foundation and Sexual Violence Research Initiative, Pretoria, ZA: 2011.

PARENTS: PREVENTION ALLIES, Partners in Social Change (volume XVI, issue 1), Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: Winter 2012. Copyright © 2012 Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs.

PARTNERS IN SOCIAL CHANGE, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Seattle, WA: 2003 - current issue.

THE PERFECT SHADE OF CHANGE: RESOURCES FOR SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTIONISTS CREATING SAFE AND HEALTHY COMMUNITIES, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA: 2012.

Resource Packet: Intro

Qualities and Abilities of Effective and Confident Prevention Practitioners

Core Competencies for Sexual Violence Prevention Practitioners

Strategies for Integrating Prevention into Organizational Operations

Guidance for Hiring, Training and Supporting Community Prevention Practitioners

Sample Job Description

PERSPECTIVES ON SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Janet Meyer, Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Denver, CO: November 22, 2000.

A Place to Start: A Resource Kit for Preventing Sexual Violence, Minnesota Department of Health, St. Paul, MN.

PLANNING TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN NEW JERSEY, Abbi Leman, Just 'Cause (volume 16 [3], pages 1 & 6), Vera Institute of Justice, New York, NY: Fall 2009.

POISED FOR PREVENTION: ADVANCING PROMISING APPROACHES TO PRIMARY PREVENTION OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE, Lisa Fujie Parks, Larry Cohen and Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: May 2007. Copyright © 2007 Prevention Institute.  

POPULATION-BASED PREVENTION OF CHILD MALTREATMENT: THE U.S. TRIPLE P SYSTEM POPULATION TRIAL, Ronald J. Prinz, Matthew R. Sanders, Cheri J. Shapiro, Daniel J. Whitaker and John R. Lutzker, Prevention Science, January 2009. Copyright © 2009 Springer.

POVERTY AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE ~ BUILDING PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION RESPONSES: A GUIDE FOR COUNSELORS AND ADVOCATES, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2007 Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

THE PoWER OF PRIMARY PREVENTION EDUCATION IN HIGH SCHOOLS (webinar recording), Amy Loftus, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: originally aired May 25, 2011.

PreSENTATIONS FROM THE 2011 JOINT ANNUAL MEETING OF THE SAFE STATES ALLIANCE & CDC CORE I & II STATE INJURY GRANTEES, Safe States Alliance, Iowa City, IA: April 6-8, 2011.

Preventing and Responding to Abuse of Elders in Indian Country, National Indian Council on Aging and the National Center on Elder Abuse, Washington, DC: June 2004.

Preventing and Responding to TEEN DATING VIOLENCE, Minnesota Center Against Violence and Abuse and National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, updated December 2011.

Preventing and Responding to TEEN DATING VIOLENCE (special collection), National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: 2013.

Preventing and Responding to VIOLENCE against women and girls globally (fact sheet), The White House, Washington, DC: August 10, 2012. See Executive Order and the U.S. Strategy to Prevent and Respond to Gender-based Violence Globally.

Preventing CHILD MALTREATMENT (volume 19, number 2), The Future of Children, Princeton, NJ: Fall 2009.

Preventing CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE WITHIN YOUTH-SERVING ORGANIZATION: GETTING STARTED ON POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2007.

PREVENTING DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE, Michigan Resource Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence, Okemos, MI.

Resources in Print for Educators Working with Teens, 2003

Video Resources for Working with Teens, updated July 21, 2003

PREVENTING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE IN ALBERTA: A COST SAVINGS PERSPECTIVE, Lana Wells, Casey Boodt and Herb Emery, SPP Research Papers (volume 5, issue 17), The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary, Calgary, AB, CA: June 2012. Copyright © 2012 The School of Public Policy.

Preventing Family Violence: Community Engagement Makes the Difference, Lindsey Anderson and Kelly Mitchell-Clark (editors), Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2002 Futures Without Violence.

PREVENTING FAMILY VIOLENCE ~ LESSONS FROM THE COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INITIATIVE, Kelly Clark-Mitchell and Angela Autry, Futures Without Violence, San Francisco, CA. Copyright © 2004 Futures Without Violence.

PREVENTING INTIMATE PARTNER & SEXUAL VIOLENCE ~ PROGRAM ACTIVITIES GUIDE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

PREVENTING INTIMATE PARTNER AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: TAKING ACTION AND GENERATING EVIDENCE (English and Español), World Health Organization, Geneva, CH: 2010 (English) and 2011 (Español). Copyright © World Health Organization.

PREVENTING SEXIST VIOLENCE: ARE WE DOING WHAT WE NEED TO BE DOING?, Rus Ervin Funk, speech to Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence, November 8, 2002.

PREVENTING SEXUAL VIOLENCE: AN EDUCATION TOOLKIT FOR HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS, American Academy of Pediatrics, Elk Grove Village, IL: 2008.

PREVENTING SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN LATIN@ COMMUNITIES: A NATIONAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2013 National Sexual Violence Resource Center and Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape.

Executive Summary (English and Español)

Full Report (English and Español)

Infographic (English and Español)

PREVENTING SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN TEXAS: 2010-2018 ~ A PRIMARY PREVENTION APPROACH, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX: 2010.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE: A GUIDE TO IMPLEMENTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE WORLD REPORT ON VIOLENCE AND HEALTH, World Health Organization, Geneva, CH: 2004.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE: A PRIMER, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: October 2009.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE: EVALUATING OUTCOMES OF PARENTING PROGRAMMES, Violence Prevention Alliance Global Campaign for Violence Prevention, World Health Organization, University of Cape Town and UNICEF, Geneva, CH: September 2013. Copyright © 2013 World Health Organization.

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PREVENTING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN: WORKSHOP SUMMARY (summary ~ scroll down), Deepali M. Patel, Forum on Global Violence Prevention, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC: September 15, 2011. Copyright © 2011 National Academy of Sciences.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE AND REDUCING ITS IMPACT: HOW DEVELOPMENT AGENCIES CAN HELP, World Health Organization, Geneva, CH: 2008. Copyright © 2008 World Health Organization.

PREVENTING VIOLENCE BEFORE IT OCCURS: DIRECTIONS FOR IMPROVING OUTCOMES FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, OUR CITIES, AND OUR ECONOMIC RECOVERY AND GROWTH, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: updated December 17, 2008.

PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS: TALKING ABOUT “IT”, Cordelia Anderson, Sensibilities, Inc., Minneapolis, MN: 2001.

PREVENTION AND TEEN DATING VIOLENCE CLEARINGHOUSE RESOURCES, Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Columbus, OH: 2006.

PREVENTION ASSESSMENT, Stephanie M. Townsend, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA.

Year 3 Report and Synthesis: National Strengths and Needs Assessment, October 2012.

Year 2 Report: Innovations in Prevention, January 9, 2012.

Visioning BEAR Circle, (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect of a program included in the report), Strong Oak Lefevre, New England Learning Center for Women in Transition, Greenfield, MA.

Primary Prevention with Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect of a program included in the report), Mary Worthington, Network of Victim Assistance, Jamison, PA.

Youth 360: Youth Leadership to Prevent Sexual Violence, (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect of a program included in the report), Alex Leslie, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, Cleveland, OH.

Parenting Program, (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect of a program included in the report), Julie Evans, Pittsburgh Action Against Rape, Pittsburgh, PA.

Prevention Efforts with Adolescents, (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect of a program included in the report), Barri Rosenbluth and Barbara Ball, Safe Place, Austin, TX.

Year 1 Report: National Strengths and Needs Assessment, October 20, 2010.

PREVENTION ASSESSMENT, YEAR 2 REPORT: INNOVATIONS IN PREVENTION, The Prevention Review, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: March 2012.

PREVENTION IS PRIMARY: STRATEGIES FOR COMMUNITY WELL-BEING (second edition), edited by Larry Cohen, Sana Chehimi and Vivian Chavez, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: September 2010.

THE PREVENTION OF CHILDHOOD SEXUAL ABUSE, David Finkelhor, Preventing Child Maltreatment (volume 19, number 2), The Future of Children, Princeton, NJ: Fall 2009.

PREVENTION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL ASSAULT, David A. Wolfe and Peter G. Jaffe, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: January 2003.

PREVENTION PRIMER ~ AN OVERVIEW OF PREVENTION FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS AND POLICY MAKERS, Rus Funk, MensWork, Louisville, KY. Copyright © 2011 MensWork.

A PREVENTION PRIMER FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: TERMINOLOGY, TOOLS, AND THE PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH, Linda Chamberlain, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: March 2008.

PREVENTION PROGRAMS ADDRESSING YOUTH DATING VIOLENCE, Research and Education for Solutions to Violence and Abuse at the University of Calgary, Calgary, CA.

THE PREVENTION REVIEW, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: December 2009.

PREVENTION SAVES MONEY AND LIVES, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: July 2008.

PREVENTION SESSION 5: DEMYSTIFYING THEORY (podcast of an interview conducted by PreventConnect), Alexis Marbach, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Warwick, RI: February 6, 2014.

bulletPREVENTION SESSIONS (a podcast of conversations about recent prevention-related happenings), Ashley Maier and Alexis Marbach, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: February 13, 2013.

PRIMARY AND SECONDARY PREVENTION PROGRAMS FOR DATING VIOLENCE: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE, Tara L. Cornelius and Nicole Resseguie, Aggression and Violent Behavior (volume 12 [3], pages 364-375), ScienceDirect, 2007. Copyright © 2007 Elsevier Ltd.

PRIMARY PREVENTION AND ADULT DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, Jeffrey L. Edleson, Minnesota Center Against Violence & Abuse, Minneapolis, MN: February 2000.

PRIMARY PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: TRAINING NEEDS OF VIOLENCE PRACTITIONERS, Sandra L. Martin, Tamera Coyne-Beasley, Mary Hoehnm, Mary Mathew, Carol W. Runyan, Steve Orton and Leigh-Anne Royster, Violence Against Women (volume 15, number 44), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. Copyright © 2009 Sage.

PRIORITIZED STRATEGIES TO PREVENT VIOLENCE BEFORE IT OCCURS, Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: November 2007.

THE PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Division of Violence Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

RAPE-PREVENTION PROGRAMS PROLIFERATE, BUT 'IT'S HARD TO KNOW' WHETHER THEY WORK, Piper Fogg, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Washington, DC: November 15, 2009. Copyright © 2009 The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Rape Prevention & EDUCATION PROGRAM (RPE), National Alliance to End Sexual Violence and National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

RAPE PREVENTION AND RISK REDUCTION: REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH LITERATURE FOR PRACTITIONERS, Kimberly A. Lonsway, Victoria L. Banyard, Alan D. Berkowitz, Christine A. Gidycz, Jackson T. Katz, Mary P. Koss, Paul A. Schewe and Sarah E. Ullman, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: January 2009.

REACHING INDIVIDUALS ALONG ALL LITERACY LEVELS, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA: September 2006.

bulletREBOUND HELPS GIRLS NAVIGATE SOCIAL PRESSURE ~ IN KAYAKS, Robert Woolsey, KCAW, Sitka, AK: July 29, 2013. Copyright © 2013 Raven Radio Foundation.

A RECIPE FOR PREVENTION and PRIMARY PREVENTION TALKING POINTS, Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Charlottesville and Richmond, VA: 2010.

RECOMMENDATIONS TO PREVENT SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN OREGON: A PLAN OF ACTION, Oregon Department of Human Services, Salem, OR: 2006.

RECOMMENDED GUIDELINES FOR COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL ASSAULT RESPONSE AND PREVENTION ON CAMPUS, Oregon Attorney General’s Sexual Assault Task Force, Salem, OR: January 2006.

bulletRIDING TANDEM ON THE PATHWAY TO PREVENTION, Jo Simonsen, Ohio Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention Consortium, Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence and Ohio Department of Health, Columbus, OH: February 13, 2013. Listen to an interview with the authors.

rISK FACTORS FOR INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

THE ROLE OF LEADERSHIP IN CREATING MOMENTUM FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (online presentation), Prevention Institute and PreventConnect, adapted from presentations on May 5, 2009 and May 7, 2009.

SAFE AND EFFECTIVE MESSAGING FOR SUICIDE PREVENTION, Suicide Prevention Resource Center, Newton, MA.

SAFE STATES, Safe States Alliance, Atlanta, GA.

bulletBuilding Safer States: Core Components of State Injury & Violence Prevention Programs, 2013 edition

Safe States, 2003 edition

SENATORS ANNOUNCE TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION WEEK, U.S. Senate, Washington, DC: February 1, 2008.

SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION TIPS, TumblinFeminist.

SEXUAL ASSAULT RISK REDUCTION CURRICULUM, San Diego Police Department, San Diego, CA: 2001.

Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention (fact sheet), National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2009 National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

Sexual Violence and the Spectrum of Prevention: Towards a Community Solution, Rachel Davis, Lisa Fujie Parks and Larry Cohen, National Sexual Violence Resource Center, Enola, PA. Copyright © 2006 National Sexual Violence Resource Center. See Fact Sheet.

Sexual Violence Prevention, David S. Lee, Lydia Guy, Brad Perry, Chad Keoni Sniffen and Stacy Alamo Mixson, The Prevention Researcher (volume 14, number 2), Eugene, OR: April 2007. Copyright © 2007 Integrated Research Services, Inc.

Sexual Violence Prevention ~ THE ROLE OF STAGES OF CHANGE, Victoria L. Banyard, Robert P. Eckstein and Mary M. Moynihan, Journal of Interpersonal Violence (volume 25 [1], pages 111-135), Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA: January 2010. Copyright © 2010 Sage.

Sexual Violence Prevention: Beginning the Dialogue, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2004.

Sexual Violence Prevention: Building Leadership and Commitment to Underserved Communities, Public Health Training Network Satellite Broadcast & Webcast and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: originally aired April 3, 2003.

Sexual Violence Prevention CURRICULA GUIDE, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs, Olympia, WA: 2011.

Sexual Violence Prevention Program, Florida Department of Health, Tallahassee, FL.

SHIFTING THE PARADIGM: PRIMARY PREVENTION OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE, American College Health Association, Baltimore, MD: August 2008.

SNAPSHOTS: A PICTURE OF CALIFORNIA'S DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION SERVICES FOR UNDERSERVED COMMUNITIES, Transforming Communities, San Rafael, CA.

bulletSOCIAL JUSTICE AS A FOUNDATION TO PREVENTION WORK (podcast of interviews conducted by PreventConnect), Leah Aldridge.

Part 1, February 13, 2013

Part 2, March 12, 2013

Part 3, March 12, 2013

A SOCIAL JUSTICE MODEL OF PUBLIC HEALTH: INTEGRATING PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN (online presentation), David S. Lee, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: September 25, 2009.

THE SOCIAL NORMS APPROACH: THEORY, RESEARCH, AND ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, Alan D. Berkowitz, PhD, Trumansburg, NY: August 2004.

SOCIAL RESPONSES TO GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE, Pan American Health Organization and World Health Organization, Washington, DC.

THE SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL MODEL: A FRAMEWORK FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Division of Violence Prevention of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

STATE INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAMS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Safe States Alliance, Atlanta, GA: May 2009.

STATE OF THE STATES, Safe States Alliance, Atlanta, GA.

State of the States ~ 2011, 2013

State of the States ~ 2005-2009 Core Funding Report, 2011

STATE PREVENTION PLANS

Alaska Pathways to Preventing Domestic Violence in Alaska ~ 2010-2016, Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, Juneau, AK: 2009.

California Advancing Domestic Violence Prevention in California: CPEDV's Plan for Prevention Advocacy, Leadership and Capacity-building ~ 2009-2013, California Partnership to End Domestic Violence, Sacramento, CA: 2009.

Connecticut – State of Connecticut Sexual Violence Prevention Plan ~ 2009-2017, Sexual Violence Prevention Program, Connecticut Department of Public Health, Hartford, CT: revised January 2010.

Florida Building Florida's Capacity to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence: Eight-Year Strategic Plan, Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and DELTA State Steering Committee, Tallahassee, FL: February 2010.

Massachusetts Massachusetts Sexual Violence Prevention Plan 2009-2016, Massachusetts Department of Public Health and Jane Doe Inc., the Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Boston, MA: March 2009. See Healthy Relationships in Massachusetts.

Michigan Preventing Intimate and Sexual Violence in Michigan ~ Prevention Plan Highlights for 2010-2015, Michigan Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Michigan Department of Community Health and the Michigan Domestic Violence Prevention & Treatment Board, Okemos, MI: 2010.

Montana A Plan for Montana ~ Preventing Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence, Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Helena, MT: 2010. See In Montana ~ Multi-year plan will prevent sexual, intimate partner violence, Karen Lane, The Resource (Spring & Summer 2012, page 30), National Sexual Violence Resource Center.

New Jersey New Jersey ~ Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Plan, New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, Trenton, NJ: August 2009.

New Mexico Building Capacity for Preventing Sexual Violence in New Mexico: A Three-Year Strategic Plan ~ November 1, 2009 to October 31, 2012, Office of Injury Prevention, New Mexico Department of Health, in collaboration with New Mexico Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs and University of New Mexico Prevention Research Center, Santa Fe, NM: November 2009.

North Carolina North Carolina's 10-Year Plan to Prevent Intimate Partner Violence (Executive Summary), coordinated by North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Durham, NC: Spring 2010.

Ohio Ohio's Plan for Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Prevention ~ Pathways in Prevention: A Roadmap; for Change (Executive Summary), Ohio Domestic Violence Network and Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Prevention Program of the Ohio Department of Health, Columbus, OH: July 1, 2009.

Oklahoma Oklahoma Rape and Sexual Violence Prevention Strategic Planning Convening Summary, prepared by Prevention Institute, Oklahoma Department of Health, Oklahoma City, OK: October 2006.

Oregon Oregon Violence Against Women Prevention Plan, Office of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology, Oregon Department of Public Health, Portland, OR: October 2005.

Oregon Prevent Sexual Violence in Oregon: A Plan of Action, Women's and Reproductive Health Program, Office of Family Health, Oregon Department of Public Health, Portland, OR: 2006.

Rhode Island Addressing the Violence Before It Starts ~ Domestic Violence Primary Prevention Plan, Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Warwick, RI: 2011.

Vermont – Governor's Task Force on the Prevention of Domestic and Sexual Violence Recommendations, State of Vermont, Office of the Governor, Montpelier, VT: September 2013. See news release and listen to podcast about the report.

Virginia Virginia's Plan for Primary Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence (Summary), Virginia Sexual and Domestic Violence Action Alliance, Charlottesville and Richmond, VA: 2009.

Wisconsin Forward To A Domestic Violence-Free Wisconsin ~ Statewide Plan for the Primary Prevention of Domestic Violence, Governor's Council on Domestic Abuse and Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Madison, WI: 2010.

Stopping the Violence Against Women: The Movement From Intervention to Prevention ~ A SAFETY PROGRAM REPORt, Ms. Foundation for Women, New York, NY: 2005. Copyright © 2005 Ms. Foundation for Women.

STOPPING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN BEFORE IT HAPPENS: A PRACTICAL TOOLKIT FOR COMMUNITIES, National Rural Women's Coalition, in partnership with Australian Women Against Violence Alliance and Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research, Gisborne, VIC, AU: 2012.

STOPPING VIOLENCE BEFORE IT HAPPENS: STATE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE COALITIONS WILL PURSUE PRIMARY PREVENTION STRATEGIES (DELTA PREP), CDC Foundation, Atlanta, GA: July 8, 2009.

STRATEGIC ACTION FRAMEWORK FOR EMPOWERED & THRIVING YOUTH (SAFETY) BLUEPRINT, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: May 2008.

STRATEGIC DIRECTION FOR INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ PROMOTING RESPECTFUL, NONVIOLENT INTIMATE PARTNER RELATIONSHIPS THROUGH INDIVIDUAL, COMMUNITY, AND SOCIETAL CHANGE (full report and one pager), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Atlanta, GA: 2011.

STRATEGIC PLANNING TO PREVENT VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN: LESSONS LEARNED FROM 17 STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENTS, Rita Noonan, 134th Annual Meeting and Exposition, American Public Health Association, Boston, MA: November 4-8, 2006.

Strategies for the Treatment and Prevention of Sexual Assault, American Medical Association, Chicago, IL: October 1995.

StrENGTHENING SYSTEMS TO PREVENT INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND Sexual VIOLENCE, edited by Pat Conway, Pamela Cox, Patricia Cook-Craig, Sandra Ortega and Theresa Armstead, Routledge, New York, NY: December 2012. Copyright © 2012 Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

STRENGTHENING WHAT WORKS ~ PREVENTING INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE IN IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE COMMUNITIES, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ: April 2014. Copyright © 2001-2014 Rood Wood Johnson Foundation.

SUBSTANCE USE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE BUILDING PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION RESPONSES, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA: 2009.

SUSTAINABILITY OF PREVENTION, John D. Swisher, Addictive Behaviors (volume 24 [6], pages 965-973), 2000. Copyright © 2000 Elsevier Science Ltd.

TAKING ACTION TO PREVENT INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE: CREATING STATEWIDE PREVENTION PLANS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: August 2013.

TEEN DATING ABUSE AND HARASSMENT IN THE DIGITAL WORLD ~ IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION, Janine M. Zweig and Meredith Dank, Urban Institute, Washington, DC: February 2013. Copyright © 2013 Urban Institute. See infographic.

TEEN DATING VIOLENCE: A REVIEW OF RISK FACTORS AND PREVENTION EFFORTS, Maura O’Keefe, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: April 2005.

TEEN DATING VIOLENCE AWARENESS AND PREVENTION CURRICULUM COMPARISON, Ohio Domestic Violence Network, Columbus, OH: April 2010.

THIRD MILESTONES OF A GLOBAL CAMPAIGN FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION REPORT 2007: SCALING UP, World Health Organization, Geneva, CH: 2007.

A TOOLS FOR CHANGE, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX.

A Guide to Primary Prevention Implementation, Tim Love

An Introduction to the Primary Prevention of Sexual Assault, Morgan J. Curtis and Tim Love

TOOLS FOR ENGAGING VOLUNTEERS IN PREVENTION, Morgan J. Curtis and Tim Love, Texas Association Against Sexual Assault, Austin, TX: August 22-24, 2012.

TOP 20 VIOLENCE AND INJURY PRACTICE INNOVATIONS SINCE 1992, Howard C. Kress, Rita Noonan, Kimberley Freire, Angela Marr and Acasia Olson, Journal of Safety Research (volume 43, pages 257-263), National Safety Council, Itasca, IL and Elsevier, 2012. Copyright © 2012 National Safety Council and Elsevier Ltd.

TOWARDS A 21ST CENTURY APPROACH: ADVANCING A VISION FOR PREVENTION AND PUBLIC HEALTH, Larry Cohen and Sana Chehimi, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: October 2013. Copyright © 2013 Prevention Institute.

TRAINING PROFESSIONALS IN THE PRIMARY PREVENTION OF SEXUAL AND INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE ~ A PLANNING GUIDE, Deborah Fisher, Karen S. Lang and Jocelyn Wheaton, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2010.

TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES TO PREVENT CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE AND EXPLOITATION: A PRIMARY PREVENTION APPROACH, Annie Lyles, Larry Cohen and Margot Brown, Prevention Institute, Oakland, CA: May 2009. Copyright © 2009 Prevention Institute.

U.S. STRATEGY TO Prevent and Respond to GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE globally, U.S. Department of State and U.S. AID, Washington, DC: August 2012.

UNDERSTANDING EVIDENCE PART 1: BEST AVAILABLE RESEARCH EVIDENCE. A GUIDE TO THE CONTINUUM OF EVIDENCE OF EFFECTIVENESS., Richard W. Puddy and Natalie Wilkins, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA: 2011.

UNDERSTANDING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION STRATEGIES TO STOP SEXUAL VIOLENCE, Caroline Palmer, Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault, St. Paul, MN: March 2010.

THE UNITY URBAN AGENDA FOR PREVENTING VIOLENCE BEFORE IT OCCURS BRINGING A MULTI-SECTOR PREVENTION APPROACH TO SCALE IN US CITIES, Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth through Violence Prevention, Oakland, CA: June April 28, 2010.

USER'S GUIDE: MAKING THE CASE FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION USING A COST-EFFECTIVENESS FRAMEWORK, Transforming Communities, San Rafael, CA. Copyright © 2010 Transforming Communities.

USING LOGIC MODELS FOR PLANNING PRIMARY PREVENTION PROGRAMS (online presentation), Wendi L. Siebold, PreventConnect, Sacramento, CA: adapted from presentation on January 28, 2009.

USING POLICIES TO PROMOTE CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION: WHAT IS WORKING?, Carol Plummer, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: March 2013.

USING RAPIST RISK FACTORS TO SET AN AGENDA FOR RAPE PREVENTION, Raymond A. Knight and Judith Sims-Knight, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: September 2009.

UTILIZING VOLUNTEERS FOR PREVENTION, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault, Sacramento, CA: March 2014. Read Blog posting about the call that inspired the document and the posting about the document.

THE VERIZON FOUNDATION AND THE NFL PLAYERS ASSOCIATION TEAM UP TO PROVIDE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION INFORMATION TO TEENAGERS, e-update, Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence, Bloomington, IL: February 11, 2011. See Training Camp for Life Program.

THE VERMONT APPROACH: A StrategiC PLAN FOR COMPREHENSIVE, COLLABORATIVE SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION IN VERMONT ~ 2006-2010, Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Vermont Department of Health, and The Anti-Violence Partnership at The University of Vermont, Montpelier, VT: January 3, 2006.

VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PREVENTION PROGRAMMING: REPORT OF WHAT IS IN USE, National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center, Charleston, SC: August 2003.

VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ AN INVITATION TO INTERSECTORAL ACTION, National Institute of Justice, Cardiff University, The Scottish Government, Violence Prevention Alliance and Violence Reduction Unit.

VIOLENCE PREVENTION ~ THE EVIDENCE, JMU Centre for Public Health and World Health Organization, Geneva, CH. Copyright © 2010 World Health Organization.

Violence Prevention: A TIMELINE OF VIOLENCE AS A PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUE, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA.

VIOLENCE PreventiON: MOVING FroM EVIDENCE TO IMPLEMENTATION (discussion paper), Katrina Baum, Katherine M. Blakeslee, Jacqueline Lloyd and Anthony Petrosino, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC: October 15, 2013. Copyright © 2013 National Academy of Sciences.

A VISION FOR Prevention ~ KEY ISSUES AND STATEWIDE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE PRIMARY PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN MICHIGAN, Michigan Coalition to End Domestic & Sexual Violence and Michigan Department of Community Health, Okemos, MI: 2003.

WEAVING A SAFETY NET: INTEGRATING INJURY AND VIOLENCE PREVENTION INTO MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAMS, Children's Safety Network, Waltham, MA: 2008.

WHAT MORE DO WE NEED TO KNOW FOR A WORLD WITHOUT VIOLENCE? (select "Violence and Weapons" issues and then scroll down to article title), O. Ercan, Z. Baltas, U. Tuzun, and M. Alikasifoglu, International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health (volume 19 [4], pages 375-382), Freund Publishing, 2007. Copyright © 2007 Freund Publishing.

WHAT WORKS IN PREVENTION ~ PRINCIPLES OF EFFECTIVE PREVENTION PROGRAMS, Maury Nation, Cindy Crusto, Abraham Wandersman, Karol L. Kumpfer, Diana Seybolt, Erin Morrissey-Kane and Katrina Davino, American Psychologist (volume 58 [6 / 7], pages 449-456), Washington, DC: June / July 2003. Copyright © 2003 American Psychological Association.

WHAT WORKS TO PREVENT PARTNER VIOLENCE? ~ AN EVIDENCE OVERVIEW, Lori L. Heise, STRIVE, London, UK: December 2011.

WHITE PAPER ON IMPROVING FAMILY Violence Prevention IN OHIO, Health Policy Institute of Ohio, Columbus, OH: February 2008.

WHITE RIBBON CAMPAIGN RELEASES NEW EDUCATION AND ACTION KIT, White Ribbon Campaign, Toronto, ON, CA: October 12, 2005.

WORKING UPSTREAM: A PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH TO PREVENTING SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILDREN, Stop It Now!, Northampton, MA: 2002.

Wright State Expert on Violence Prevention in Children Says Parents Should Look for Danger Signs, AScribe Newswire, Oakland, CA: February 16, 2005. Copyright © 2005 AScribe Inc.

YOUTH ACTIVISM: ENGAGING TEENS IN THE SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION MOVEMENT, Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape, Enola, PA: Winter 2010.

YOUTH SEXUAL VIOLENCE PREVENTION, Patricia Cook-Craig, National Online Resource Center on Violence Against Women, Harrisburg, PA: September 2012. Listen to related podcasts.


 

 


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