Antiviolence Education/Programs

AfterTheInjury.org
After an injury, parents are key to a child’s emotional recovery. www.AfterTheInjury.org helps parents learn what to expect and what they can do to help their child respond in a healthy way. The site provides practical guidance and tools, videos, quick tips, and links to additional resources.
http://www.aftertheinjury.org

Antiviolence Partnership of Philadelphia
This organization helps children and youth resolve conflict nonviolently, while assisting victims and their families to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of violence.
http://www.pcvainfo.org

Family Violence Prevention Center
(800) 313-1310
This organization strives to prevent and end family violence in our communities through direct services and community education.

Good Shepherd House
This program educates youth on how to resolve conflict without violence.
http://www.phillymediators.org
(215) 843-5413

National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center
http://www.safeyouth.gov
(866) 723-3968
This federally-funded organization provides community leaders with dynamic resources to support their efforts in preventing violence committed by and against young people. 

Student Antiviolence Education Program
This program provides education and examples to students on dealing with conflict in nonviolent ways.
(215) 438-9070
http://www.pcvainfo.org

WAVE (Working Against Violence Everywhere)
http://www.waveamerica.com/
(888) 960-9600
This proactive safe schools initiative is designed to help prevent violence in middle and senior high schools.

West/Southwest Philadelphia Victim Services Program
This program offers counseling, referrals, legal system assistance, crime victims’ compensation, and protection orders for victims.
http://www.pcvainfo.org
(215) 748-7780

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