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College Campus-Based Programs to Prevent Dating Violence and Sexual Assault

Approach: Conduct educational programs including curriculum on healthy relationships, social norms training, and improved bystander awareness and behaviors

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Adolescents and Youth

Intensive Residential Program + Mentoring to Decrease Youth Violence

Approach: Implement residential program with mentoring to decrease youth violence

NPM: 7 - Injury Hospitilization

Evidence: Moderate Evidence

Target Audience: Adolescents and Youth

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