- Internet Guides
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- Organizations, Associations, and Agencies
- Consumer Health Information
- Databases

Internet Guides
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Subject Guide : Youth Violence
List of resources on the local, state and national level related to preventing youth violence
Internet Sites
Child and Adolescent Violence Research at the NIMH
Background information on the topic and information on the National Institute of Mental Health programs and grants related to violence in children and adolescents.
Crisis Counseling Guide to Children and Families in Disasters
A lengthy outline from the New York State Office of Mental Health covering this topic for both professionals and the public. Sample school disaster plan, designing service programs, and an extensive bibliography are included.
Current Bibliographies in Medicine 2000-8 : Youth Violence Prevention Resources
A lengthy bibliography prepared by the National Library of Medicine in 2000. Resources are divided by topic, and include a section of web links
David Baldwin's Trauma Information Pages
focus primarily on emotional trauma and traumatic stress, including PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder), whether following individual traumatic experience(s) or a large-scale disaster.
Disaster Mental Health : Dealing with the Aftereffects of Terrorism
A large list of resources from the National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder for the public and professionals.
Domestic Violence Against Women and Girls
Discussion of issues and statistics from around the world on this topic are presented in this report from the United Nations Childrens Funr, Innocenti Research Centre.
Early Warning, Timely Response : A Guide to Safe Schools
Full text of the report issued in August of 1998 by the US Departmetn of Education.
Guide to Literature on Aggressive Behavior
A PDF file listing journal articles related to aggression, organized by author last name.
Gun Violence
Resources from the Children's Defense Fund including statistics, legislative reports, a toolkit for community action, and links to other articles on the topic.
Teen Health and the Media : Violence
News, projects, and resource links related to the influence of violence in the media on teens.
The Role of Co-Occurring Substance Abuse and Mental Illness in Violence : Workshop Summary
Reports on the findings and recommendations from a June 1999 workshop sponsored by the Institute of Medicine.
World Report on Violence and Health
"The World report on violence and health is the first comprehensive review of the problem of violence at a global level. It focuses not only on the scale of the problem, but also covers issues related to the causes of violence and the methods for preventing violence and reducing its adverse health and social consequences." Covers many types of violence, including outwardly directed violence by individuals or groups, and suicide. From the World Health Organzation, published in 2002.
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Organizations, Associations, and Agencies
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
Sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Federal Working Group on Youth Violence, this site offers information for professionals, parents, and youth on a large assortment of topics related to violence prevention.
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Consumer Health Information
Children and Violence
Information for the public provided by the National Institute of Mental Health
Helping Young Children Deal With Anger
Information suitable for teachers and parents to use with children presented by
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Resources from the National Institute of Mental Health in English and in Spanish
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National Center for PTSD: PILOTS Database
an electronic index to the worldwide literature on PTSD and other mental-health sequelae of exposure to traumatic events made available through Dartmouth College
National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect : Databases
Two databases are free to the public. The Documents Database contains over 32,000 references to documents on child abuse and neglect and child welfare. Abstracts and citations are given. The Organizations Database describes 129 national organizations that focus on the same topics.
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