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Watch VideoWe appreciate you stopping by our site. The fact you’re here is a pretty good sign that you share our concern for preventing violence. But like many of us, you’re probably busy, stretched for time, and working with limited resources. We understand your need to do more with less while maximizing your efforts. Well, what if we told you that there was a one-stop resource for all your violence prevention needs?

A place to find comprehensive training, tips, and tools you need to launch or enhance your local prevention efforts? There is such a resource, and it’s right at your fingertips.

VetoViolence is your comprehensive source for violence prevention. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created this tool with you in mind. Our goal has always been to educate and empower communities to stop violence—before it happens. Over the years, we’ve continued to share research, trends, and best practices gathered from all over the country. People just like you have shared ideas and suggestions about how we can improve our resources and more effectively support local community prevention. We listened, and that’s why we’ve launched this new version of VetoViolence. This customized, user-focused site is unlike anything else out there.

We also welcome your feedback on how we can continue to improve. We want to be sure this site provides everything you need. What we offer is only useful when it can be applied and implemented in communities across our country. Simply put—we need you.

Your experiences, insight and challenges are all useful in helping us discover better ways to prevent violence. So please feel free to send us your questions or ideas about training, resources, and tools. Our team maintains this site and is committed to responding to you in a timely manner. We want to know how we can support you and make VetoViolence a trusted resource for violence prevention.

Together we can stop violence. Thank you for joining our efforts.