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Prevent Bullying Before It Starts

Find out what you can do to prevent bullying in your school and community before it starts!

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View CDC’s resources to help stop sex trafficking.

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Violence has a negative impact on everyone: our neighborhoods, our communities, our families, our health. This supplement explains how it can be prevented.

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Youth violence affects all communities and all members of a community. The good news is youth violence is preventable. Evidence-based youth violence prevention approaches can improve the well-being of everyone.

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Suicide is a leading cause of death. People who attempt suicide and their families, friends and communities can experience physical, emotional, and economic problems. But, preventing suicide is possible. You can help. Learn more.

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Sexual violence is a significant public health concern. It has harmful and lasting physical, mental health, and economic consequences for victims, families, and communities. Find out more here.

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Injury, disability, and death can result from repeated or a one-time incident of intimate partner violence. Physical and psychological harm can produce lifelong issues for victims and communities. But, there is hope.

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Child maltreatment is a significant public health problem that has devastating and long-lasting consequences. Children and families are harmed and also the communities where they live. No one is immune from the problem, and we must all work together to find a solution. Read more here.