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[ [ Prevention is possible. You can help make it happen by changing the contexts and underlying risks that contribute to IPV in homes, schools, and neighborhoods. Public Health, Government, Education, Social Services, Health Services, Business, Labor, Justice, Housing, Community Organizations, Coalitions, and Media Including: Your prevention efforts can involve developing new partnerships & working across sectors. Prevent Intimate Partner Violence When we teach skills and create the context for healthy relationships now, we create safer, healthier communities for everyone in the future. have experienced contact sexual violence*, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. experienced intimate partner violence for the first time before age 18. Among victims of contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner, Preventing intimate partner violence (IPV) is a priority for CDC. Use CDC’s IPV prevention technical package to begin or expand your efforts. ACT NOW! Teach safe and healthy relationship skills Engage influential adults and peers Create protective environments Strengthen economic supports for families Support survivors to increase safety and lessen harms Disrupt developmental pathways toward partner violence 6 strategies to prevent IPV CDC’s technical package helps states and communities use the best-available evidence to prevent IPV. It is important to monitor and evaluate your efforts while the field of violence prevention continues to evolve. Be part of the solution. www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention vetoviolence.cdc.gov Find planning & prevention resources: * Contact sexual violence includes rape, being made to penetrate, sexual coercion, and/or unwanted sexual contact. 1 in 4 women and 1 in 10 men 26% of women and 15% of men

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[ [

Prevention is possible.You can help make it happen by changing the

contexts and underlying risks that contribute to IPVin homes, schools, and neighborhoods.

Public Health, Government, Education, Social Services, Health Services, Business, Labor, Justice,

Housing, Community Organizations, Coalitions, and Media

Including:

Your prevention e�orts can involve developing new partnerships & working across sectors.

Prevent Intimate Partner ViolenceWhen we teach skills and create the context for healthy relationships now, we create safer, healthier communities for everyone in the future.

have experienced contact sexual violence*, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. experienced intimate partner violence

for the first time before age 18.

Among victims of contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner,

Preventing intimate partner violence (IPV)

is a priority for CDC.

Use CDC’s IPV prevention technicalpackage to begin or expand your e�orts.

ACT NOW!

Teach safe and healthy

relationship skills

Engage influential adults

and peers

Create protective

environments

Strengthen economic

supports for families

Support survivors to increase safety and lessen harms

Disrupt developmental

pathways toward partner

violence

6strategiesto prevent

IPV

CDC’s technical package helps states and communities use the best-available

evidence to prevent IPV.

It is important to monitor and evaluateyour e�orts while the field of violence

prevention continues to evolve.

Be part of the solution.www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention

www.cdc.gov/violencepreventionvetoviolence.cdc.gov

Find planning & prevention resources:

* Contact sexual violence includes rape, being made to penetrate, sexual coercion, and/or unwanted sexual contact.

1 in 4 womenand 1 in 10 men

26% of womenand 15% of men