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Resource: Newly-Redesigned YE4C

The Youth Engaged 4 Change website has a fresh, new look with content that continues to inspire and empower young people to improve their lives and the world around them.

Resource: Interactions Between Youth and Law Enforcement

This literature review discusses the research relevant to interactions between police and youth.

Resource: Underage Drinking: Myths vs. Facts

This fact sheet compares the myths and facts about the prevalence of alcohol use among youth.

Resource: Campus Resilience Program Resource Library

This repository offers a variety of resources  to empower practitioners and campus leaders to better prepare for, respond to, and recover from various threats and hazards relevant to the academic community.

Resource: Combating the Opioid Crisis: Schools, Students, Families

This website describes the federal government’s approach to addressing the opioid crisis and shares what schools, students, and families can do to prevent opioid misuse.

Resource: Cybersecurity and Cyber Safety for Schools and Institutions of Higher Education Fact Sheets

These fact sheets explain how cyber incidents can affect schools, school districts, and institutions of higher education, and the steps they can take to respond.

Resource: 3Ts Toolkit for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water

This toolkit helps school officials responsible for the maintenance and/or safety of schools’ drinking water implement prevention programs for lead in drinking water.

Archived Webinar: Program Evaluation Doesn’t Have to be Scary: Increase Buy-In with Message Framing

This webinar shares evidence-based communications framing strategies to gain buy-in for implementing program evaluation.

Federal Resources for Helping Youth Cope after a School Shooting

To help youth cope with school shooting incidents, youth.gov has compiled a list of federal resources those who work with youth can use to address trauma and bolster resilience.

Resource: An Unlikely Partnership: Strengthening Families Touched by Incarceration Video

Based on an innovative partnership, this film highlights how investment in strong, nurturing, parent-child relationships can reduce recidivism and keep parents from reoffending.

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