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Injury and Violence Prevention Partners

NACCHO participates in a number of collaborative efforts to address the causes of injury and violence across the nation.

Injury and Violence Prevention Network

The Injury and Violence Prevention Network is a group of national organizations that support injury and violence prevention policies at the national level and advocates for federal funding for injury and violence prevention. The Safe States Alliance convenes and leads the Network, including facilitating monthly calls for information sharing and coordinating and collaborating on joint strategies for advancing shared goals.

National Youth and Consumer Safety  Council

The National Youth and Consumer Safety Council is comprised of school based organizations, nonprofits and government agencies who are committed to making the lives of children, adults, families, and all consumers safer by getting vital safety and recall information into every home. 

Safe States Alliance Local Injury Prevention Special Interest Group

The purpose of the Safe States Alliance Local Injury Prevention Special Interest Group  is to provide a forum for Safe States members with experience at local health departments to express ideas, learn of best practices, and contribute to expert discussions with peers and colleagues. It is also a great way to stay informed about current developments and build a network of professional contacts in this field.

Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere (STRYVE)

STRYVE is a national initiative led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to prevent youth violence before it starts among young people ages 10 to 24. STRYVE’s Action Council, STRYVE collaborates with the NACCHO and other Action Council members to expand and enhance CDC, and build momentum for its implementation. The initiative offers training, resources, and collaboration spaces that community members, organizations, and leaders can use to develop, implement, and evaluate youth violence prevention approaches.