Mar 18, 2021

YouthAlert! (YA!) Peace Program & Advocacy CA

With students returning to in-class learning in California, YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. is bringing its in-person peace program directly to kids, most especially in middle school and high school. Our peace program is where youth and adults meet halfway for a more peaceful and better life for all. Teamwork is our solution to everything.

We teach the power of youth internal individual identity and that being peaceful is in every child and youth’s self-interest. The two principles that guide our program is “equality” and “kindness.” The program gives special attention to U.S. minorities and those in the LGBTQ+ community. Our program all gives kids valuable information about other prevention and intervention groups and agencies they can access for free.

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Mar 18, 2021

YouthAlert! (YA!) Peace Program & Advocacy NYC

With students returning to in-class learning in NYC, YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. is bringing its in-person peace program directly to kids, most especially in middle school and high school. Our peace program is where youth and adults meet halfway for a more peaceful and better life for all. Teamwork is our solution to everything.


We teach the power of youth internal individual identity and that being peaceful is in every child and youth’s self-interest. The two principles that guide our program is “equality” and “kindness.” The program gives special attention to U.S. minorities and those in the LGBTQ+ community. Our program all gives kids valuable information about other prevention and intervention groups and agencies they can access for free.

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Feb 3, 2021

Effective Rating for Selective School-Based Violence Prevention Programs

Effective Rating for Selective School-Based Violence Prevention Programs.The U.S. Dept. of Justice (USDOJ), National Institute of Justice (NIJ), has established that Selective School-Based Violence Prevention Programs, like our YouthAlert! (YA!) Child and Youth Peace Program is effective to "Reduce Aggression."

"This practice consists of programs designed to prevent or reduce aggressive or violent behavior in K–12 students who are considered at risk of or who have demonstrated such antisocial behaviors. The practice is rated Effective for reducing aggression in students who participated in school-based violence prevention programs, compared with students who did not participate." (News Releases February 2, 2021)

Practice Snapshot

Age: 4 - 18

Gender: Male, Female

Setting (Delivery): School

Practice Type: Classroom Curricula, School/Classroom Environment, Violence Prevention

Unit of Analysis: Persons

Evidence Ratings for Outcomes - Effective - One Meta-Analysis Juvenile Problem & At-Risk Behaviors - Aggression

https://crimesolutions.ojp.gov/practices/113?utm_source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=csreleases

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