Violence Prevention and Intervention: News & Resources

  • Massachusetts Medical Society Physicians Target Youth Violence December 7, 2012

    Physicians of the Massachusetts Medical Society have produced a series of 10 brochures to help parents identify and deal with a range of topics on youth violence, including bullying, dating and street violence, violence in the media, and child sexual abuse. They are available free to parents,...

  • What Parents Can Do July 23, 2006

    Steps that parents can take to help their children avoid violence.

  • Get Your Kids Involved in the Community July 23, 2006

    Kids who are involved in community activities have better things to do than fight.

  • Some Facts About Violence and Kids July 23, 2006

    Fighting among teens results in death and injury.

  • Are Your Kids at Risk? July 23, 2006

    Risk factors that make kids more likely to be involved in violence, and "resiliency" factors allow children to recover from adverse or disabling events.


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