CSPV partners with NASRO to create a new national violence prevention toolkit, using the best of what we know works from research to end violence in U.S. schools. Read the… Read more NASRO to Lead Development of Standardized Violence Prevention Protocol for Schools
To research — and fight — youth violence in Northeast Park Hill, organizations will have to build trust and community connections
Through relationship building and collaboration, the organizations Park Hill Strong and Steps to Success work to reduce violence in their communities in Denver, Colorado. Read the full article at denverite.com.
Social emotional learning is key to preventing violence, “giving kids the skills that they need so that they don’t end up becoming violent,” says Beverly Kingston, director of CSPV. Read… Read more Educating beyond academics: Schools seek right approach in social and emotional learning
Addressing root causes of violence, like bullying or inadequate mental health support, is the best way to prevent school violence and other problem behaviors, says Dr. Kingston, director of CSPV.… Read more What We Know about Targeted School Violence
CSPV has long recommended inter-agency social support teams to addresses youth mental health needs as an effective violence prevention strategy Read more Douglas County creates first youth-focused Community Response Team in Colorado