Dating violence youth education package

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This policy toolkit was designed to support schools looking to foster a culture of healthy relationships and prevent teen dating violence.The toolkit offers best practices around the prevention of dating violence, as well as guidelines for early intervention and crisis response.Describes a comprehensive school-based project that provided training and technical assistance to 2 communities implementing comprehensive dating/domestic violence prevention campaigns in their secondary schools.

The CDC determined rigorous evaluation requirements to ensure that only effective interventions would be included.To renew your Environmental Health Specialist Registration in California, the REHS must complete 24 contact hours of continuing education every two years.These courses must be approved by REHS Continuing Education Accreditation Agencies. Tom Hatfield (818) 677-7476; [email protected] State University, Sacramento (CSUS) - Office of Water Programs Karen Cardozo, Administrative Services Manager (916) 278-5619; [email protected] San Diego State University, Graduate School of Public Health Darryl Yorkey (619) 208-1599; [email protected] Santa Barbara County Environmental Health Services Kendra Wise (805) 681-4936; [email protected] California Education and Research Center (UCLA and UC Irvine courses) Cass Ben-Levi, Program Director (310) 206-2304; [email protected] County Public Health Department, Environmental Health Division** Elaine Mc Spadden (530) 538-6773; [email protected] of Long Beach, Department of Health and Human Services, Bureau of Environmental Health** Mitch Yamada (562) 570-4136; [email protected] of Riverside Department of Environmental Health Brent Casey (951) 358-5172; [email protected] of Santa Clara, Department of Environmental Health* Rochelle Gaddi (408) 918-3449; [email protected] County Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Division* Amy Dobrinin (559) 600-3357; [email protected] Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Division Stephen Sato (626) 430-5175; [email protected] County Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Division** David Conway (209) 966-2220; [email protected] County Environmental Health* Eileen Kirtley (714) 433-6051; [email protected] County Environmental Management Department** San Bernardino County Department of Public Health, Division of Environmental Health Services* Paula Harold (909) 387-4608; [email protected] Diego County Department of Environmental Health, Food and Housing Division* Heather Buonomo (619) 338-2222; [email protected] San Francisco Department of Public Health, Environmental Health Branch Karen Yu (415) 252-3800; [email protected] County Environmental Health* Doug Beach (805) 654-3519; [email protected]* Currently offering continuing education hours to their employees only.It suggests ways to use books and material already used in the classroom to facilitate discussion and build awareness about physical, verbal and sexual abuse.This school-based domestic violence prevention curriculum teaches students to recognize and prevent teen relationship abuse. Parent workshop information and school staff development materials are also included.

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