Prevention

Young Men's Work

This curriculum package with video, guidebook, workbooks and posters encourages young men to confront and change restrictive masculine roles that condone aggression and violence.

Available From: 
15251 Pleasant Valley Road P.O. Box 176 Center City, MN 55012-0127 Phone: (800) 328-9000
Recommended For: 
Facilitators of youth groups in a variety of settings, including schools, athletic programs, juvenile detention settings, or substance abuse treatment programs.

Worker To Worker Action Kit

A complete set of resource materials and ideas for addressing domestic violence as it impacts the workplace setting are included in this kit for employees and managers.

Available From: 
The Family Violence Prevention Fund, 383 Rhode Island Street, Suite 304, San Francisco, CA 94103-5133
Recommended For: 
Employers and employees interested in fostering domestic violence awareness and safety planning in the workplace setting.

Article: "Transforming The Culture: Creating Safety, Equality And Justice For Women And Girls"

-Found In "Preventing Violence In America, Issues in Children's and Families' Lives" Vol. 4

This journal article builds a compelling case for developing domestic violence prevention strategies that derive from a gender-based analysis.

 

Available From: 
Email For Copies: order@safepub.com
Recommended For: 
All people interested in learning more about developing domestic violence prevention strategies based on gender-based analysis.

Tough Guise: Violence, Media & The Crisis In Masculinity

A compelling documentary that illustrates with film clips and commentary how popular media images promoting mens violence as cool and heroic can negatively impact boys and men.

Available From: 
Media Education Foundation 26 Center Street Northampton, MA 01060 Phone: (800) 897-0089
Format: 
Video
Size/Length: 
57 minutes (abridged version) or 82 minutes (full length version)

Stop The Violence, Break The Silence

This rich set of educational materials on preventing abuse of people with disabilities can be adapted for different purpose, such as running a disabled women's support group or conducting cross-trainings for staff.

Available From: 
SafePlace, P.O. Box 19454 Austin, TX 78760 Phone: (512) 356-1499
Cost: 
$135.00 Per Set
Format: 
Print Document
Recommended For: 
Domestic violence, sexual assault and adult disability programs
Size/Length: 
216 pages (guide), 241 pages (resource kit)

Shifting The Paradigm

Speakers underscore the need to shift treatment intervention to prevention as a long-term strategy for ending family violence in this modest yet hopeful video from Humboldt State University.

Available From: 
Ann Alter, Ph.D. Department of Theatre, Film and Dance Humboldt State University Phone: (707) 826-5495
Cost: 
$30.00
Format: 
Video
Recommended For: 
Community groups and domestic violence advocates.
Size/Length: 
41 Minutes

Rape Prevention Action Kit

Practical resources are combined with daring ad images and messages that challenge myths and stereotypes about sexual assualt in this rich and provocative set of resource materials.

Available From: 
Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women (LACAAW) Phone: (213) 955-9090
Recommended For: 
Individuals and organizations committed to preventing sexual assaults against women and girls.

OFF LIMITS: A Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Manual

Creating "sexual harassment free-zones" in schools is the aim of this manual, which includes seperate sub-sections for students, parents, teaching staff and school administrators.

Available From: 
LACAAW Phone: (213) 955-9090
Cost: 
$30 plus shipping & handling
Recommended For: 
Junior and senior high school programs and school districts that are committed to involving all personnel and students in sexual harassment prevention.

Love - All That and More

Youth talk frankly about dating, sex, love and commitment in this engaging new curriculum and three-video set focused on preventing abuse and creating healthy relationships.

Available From: 
Center for Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence (CPSDV)
Cost: 
$285.00
Format: 
Print Document and Video
Recommended For: 
Youth in schools

Kid & Teen Safe: An Abuse Prevention Program For Youth With Disabilities

This document describes a special school-based program for addressing abuse and violence against children and teens with disabilities designed by the SafePlace Disability Services ASAP project.

Available From: 
http://new.vawnet.org/Assoc_Files_VAWnet/NRC_KTSafe-full.pdf
Cost: 
Free
Format: 
Internet Document
Recommended For: 
Youth activists, trainers and school personnel
Size/Length: 
35 pages + appendices
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