Cal-OES provides information and resources for disaster preparation and planning.
Ready.gov provides Information and resources for Disaster Preparedness Month in September
The Los Angeles Police Department provides information on signs of gang involvement, gang awareness and gang prevention.
Sandy Hook Promise is a national nonprofit organization that provides information and resources to empower youth to “know the signs” and unite all people who value the protection of children. Together, we can take meaningful actions in schools, homes, and communities to prevent gun violence and stop the tragic loss of life.
Web Wise Kids is a national non-profit organization that provides unique and effective resources to equip young people to safely use and enjoy the latest technologies.
Teen line is a crisis help line, text and message board for teens.
The National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention (the Forum) was established to build a national conversation concerning youth and gang violence that would increase awareness, drive action, and build local capacity to more effectively address youth violence through comprehensive planning.
Rutgers Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution provides information, resources, and curriculum on conflict resolution in schools.
Schools have many key roles during disasters, and when they are well prepared everyone benefits. This K-12 resource provides drill planning guidance, educational resources for teaching earthquake science and safety, and preparedness and safety resources for assessing and improving school earthquake safety.
Personal Safety lessons for grades K-5 about preventing abduction and empowers kids to practice safer behaviors. This program offers resources to teach the 4 Rules of Personal Safety using tips, printable activities, quizzes, articles, music, videos, and more.
NetSmartKids offers videos, games and activities that teach kids about Internet safety.
The Preparedness Ambassadors curriculum is designed to engage fourth grade students to develop and promote disaster preparedness guidelines for their home, school, and local community.
by Stephanie Paris (2012)