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Causes: Education, Educational Services

Mission: Our Mission: "World Peace through Youth Peace"

Results: YouthAlert! (YA!) VBPHP has reaching over 10,000 middle and high school youths in the last three school-years and 119 teachers. Some assessment results: 2016/2017 School-Year Student Surveys 94.3 percent of students/youth said this presentation will help them avoid being a victim of violence. 95.5 percent of the students/youth said this presentation will help prevent them from doing an act of violence. 2015/2016 School-Year Student Surveys 95.7 percent of students/youth said that they were more aware about the dangers of violence after this presentation. 96.2 percent of students/youth said this presentation will help prevent them from doing an act of violence. 2014/2015 School-Year Student Surveys 95.4 percent of students/youth said they learned something new in this presentation. 95.5 Percent of the students/youth said this presentation would help stop someone from doing violence. 2014/2015/2016 Teacher Surveys 98.3 percent of instructors/teachers surveyed said this presentation could make a difference in a youth’s life in a positive way when it comes to violence. 100 percent of instructors/teachers said they would recommend this presentation to other youth groups, schools, or youth organizations.

Target demographics: Child and Youth Violence, Bullying, and Abuse, Prevention Education

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 5,000 youth

Geographic areas served: International

Programs: YouthAlert! (YA!) Violence & Bullying Prevention/Health Program is an in-school, out-of-school time, one to five-day, two to ten-hour, live, in-person presentation, whose purpose is to reduce child and youth violence, bullying, and abuse, and improve the overall health of all school age children and youth. This program is part of the YouthAlert! (YA!) Eighteen Week National Health Curriculum.

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