A volunteer collaborative which creates, supports and enhances the commitment of individuals, families and communities to the ideals of nonviolence.
Content from athealth.com reviewing youth violence and aggression.
Youngsters, teens and adults from diverse backgrounds fight against bias, bigotry and prejudice. People can report hate-related incidents and get information about school violence, and human rights.
Fact sheets and reports from studies and surveys of U.S. violence among adolescents, at school, gangs, bullying, babysitter violence, and other youth violence topics.
This report provides detailed statistical information to inform the United States on the current nature of crime in schools. This edition of Indicators contains the most recent available data on school crime and safety drawn from a number of statistical series supported by the federal government.
A statistical compilation of data on family structure, jobs, education, and other elements that comprise the world of young people. Where possible, long-term trend data are provided in a historical context for interpretation. Source: National Center For Education Statistics (NCES). Available in both HTML and PDF format (2.4 M).
Susan Magestro explores teen problems such as bullying, drug use, school shooting, gangs, and family issues.
Youth violence prevention and education resources.
Specially trained volunteers mentor at-risk youth in their home via an on-line Internet conferencing system and provide conflict resolution programs.
Non-profit organization committed to stopping teen violence and alienation.