Author/Organization: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Violence is preventable. We can all help young people grow up violence-free. Violence can limit life opportunities, lead to emotional and physical health problems, and shorten lives. Far too commonly, teens 14 to 18 years old experience violence, often more than one type such as physical fighting, sexual violence, dating violence, and bullying.
Resource Type: Website
Age: College, Middle School, High School
Topics: LGBTQIA+, bullying & cyberbullying, community educators, intimate partner violence, male survivors, masculinity/men & boys, mental health providers, parents & caregivers, prevention, school teachers, sexual-violence
Publication Date: 2021
Date Resource Added: February 4, 2021