YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Prog. KY-MI-OH-TN

by War Against Violence Corporation dba YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.
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YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Prog. KY-MI-OH-TN
YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Prog. KY-MI-OH-TN
YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Prog. KY-MI-OH-TN

A "Youth Peace Revolution" is coming. It will encompass all 1.8 billion youth in the world. Our universal YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Advocacy and Education Campaign will contribute to making this happen in our lifetime. School-Based Violence Prevention Education has proven to be effective in reducing violence in all youth. That is why we are pushing our YA! "Youth Peace" Program in KY-MI-OH-TN schools as hard as we can. The practice can also be adapted for out-of-school time settings as well. There is no youth in KY-MI-OH-TN that should be without this essential "Survive & Thrive" programming. The information they might not get, and skills they might not develop, anywhere else. With people's gracious support we will try to reach all of them.


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YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.’s worldwide, universal “Youth Peace” Campaign is continuing with significant effort. We aim to achieve results through advocacy, education, and training. The goal is a substantial improvement in the lives of youth in “their” world. We want to end youth vs. youth violence and the “War Against Youth.” Our group is trying to create “Youth Peace” country-wide, building blocks and momentum in some of the most high-risk areas for youth. We aim to tackle "the worst, first." Key regions this initiative has been focused on over the last three months have been the U.S., the Korean Peninsula, Syria, Iran, Israel, and Gaza. In America, our priorities are self-harm and gun violence.

The Campaign is centered around several core beliefs:

“Peace if the First Principle of Everything.” “Peace” is the gateway, the best steppingstone to the Good Principles of Humanity; Peace, Life, Love, Freedom, and Equality (PLLFE). Then Teamwork, Equity, Human Advancement, Human Happiness, and ultimately better our chances of Human Survival. We believe violence, bullying, and abuse (VBA) are currently the greatest threat to humankind. Ninety-nine percent of all species on this planet are already extinct, including every other hominid. Humans should and must survive. But not to survive just to suffer, but to achieve “excellence.”

That “Youth Peace” is an effective steppingstone to world “Peace.” That “Youth Peace First” should be applied to all conflict regions or potential conflict regions.

Its youth’s number one job is to survive their youth, and it is adults’ job to help them. We need every youth. Youth are the present. If we want youth to be the future, they need adult help.

That all youth are equal in importance, value, meaning, and worth, and every other way we can think of, known or unknown, without exception

It is all youth’s destiny to live a long and healthy life.


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YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. is reaching out to schools and out-of-school locations in this state to offer in-person instruction and feedback in the areas of violence, bullying, and abuse "prevention." YA! also interacts with youth in situations around the world that affect other youth. These include Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Gulf region, the Korean Peninsula, and Africa. We believe all 1.8 billion youth in the world should be able to connect and team-up with any other youth in the world if they want to. No youth should be denied the opportunity because all youth are equal. YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. is a platform, a safe place, where all youth can meet in a totally "equal" and "kind" environment.


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YouthAlert! (YA!) Youth Peace Program Kentucky
YouthAlert! (YA!) Youth Peace Program Kentucky

YouthAlert! (YA!) Youth Peace Program is offered to schools throughout Kentucky.

It is "Survive & Thrive" Education and Skills Training for Youth School-Based Universal Violence Prevention Model Practice & Curriculum

A Live, In-Person Presentation, Direct to All Students, by a YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A. instructor. Age-Appropriate Programming for those Twenty-Six Years year of age or younger. One to three-day presentations available.

Ninety Units Available Including Bullying, Cyber-Bullying, Self-Harm, Peer Violence, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Intimate Partner Violence, Gun Violence, Gang Violence, School Violence, Media, Equity, Kindness

Some of the core concepts of the program is:

All youth are equal in meaning, importance, value, and worth without exception.

It is all youth destiny to live a long and healthy life

Survival is the "Name Of the Game" for youth.

All violence by youth is essential self- destructive

Most hurt themselves rather than get hurt by others.

The best team is an equal youth/adult team. That is what the presentation is.

Most youth are peaceful; therefore, we say to youth, “Don't Change.” Youth are one hundred percent innocent and perfect just the way they are

Tomorrow is another day. One day can and often does make all the difference.

All "wars" are "Youth vs. Youth Wars"

We are fighting to end the "War Against Youth" with all forms of violence and all youth

Program Participant History, 80% Teens (60% Middle School Age, 30% High School Age) and 10% Elementary School Age.

The Program is insured, and its presentation personnel is fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

The Program is modeled on the Universal School-Based Violence Prevention Practice, which has been rated “Effective” to "Reduce Aggression" in K–12 students by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2021.


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YouthAlert! (YA!) "Youth Peace" Program is now active in schools and out-of-school locations in California, Florida, Chicago Illinois regions, the New York City Region, and Kentucky. The program is also available in other states in the U.S.A. The program is "Survive and Thrive" skills training focused on teens. Extra attention is given to U.S minorities and the LGBTIQ+ community.

The program is designed  on an "Effective" model practice:

Universal school-based programs decrease rates of violence and aggressive behavior among school-aged children. Program effects were demonstrated at all grade levels.” (U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC)

Subjets include Bullying, Cyberbullying, Self-Harm, Gun Violence, Peer Violence, LGBTIQ+ Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Violence, Interpersonal Violence, Gang Violence, School Violence, Media, Inequity of Violence, Victimization, and more.

Average for All Programs: $2.00 per youth. Pricing that puts the program within reach of many communities.


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War Against Violence Corporation dba YouthAlert! (YA!) U.S.A.

Location: Westlake Village, CA - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @YouthAlertYA
Project Leader:
Douglas Alan Wain
Westlake Village, CA United States
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