Recent News

Grant Available for Youth Skill Building/Drug and Violence Prevention Program

CSPV is seeking schools/districts with grades 6-8 or 7-9 to implement the evidence-based Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) Program. CSPV offers this opportunity to receive a three- or four-year grant to replicate the LST program.

$5.9 million grant to expand youth violence prevention work in Denver

Report on the Arapahoe High School Shooting News Coverage

Opportunity for Front Range Middle Schools: Safe Communities Safe Schools Partnership

Steps to Success: Coordinated Community Programs in Montbello Promote Positive Youth Development

CU-Boulder program awarded $6 million grant to promote safety at Front Range middle schools

Grant Aims to Expand Mental Health Training in Colorado Middle Schools

CU-Boulder Lands $6.2M Grant to Promote Safety at Middle School Level

CU-Boulder lands $6.2 million grant to expand Safe Communities Safe Schools program

School Safety Initiative Gets $6.2 Million Infusion

Preventing Acts of Violence Against the Public

Recognition for Woman Seeking Positive Change

CU Program Aims to Curb Montbello Violence

John Amesse Elementary School Highlighted in PATHS Education Worldwide Newsletter

To Keep Focus on Learning, Montbello Teachers Try to Calm the Classroom

Colorado Social Emotional Learning Forum

Reducing Violence in a Denver Neighborhood

Montbello Violence Expected to Decrease

Communities That Care in Montbello

Obama's $120 Million School Safety Plan

Measures to prevent violence in schools fall short, experts say

Researchers Examine Youth Delinquency and Violence in Denver

Using Shakespeare in Schools to Address Violence

Study: Chaotic home, early drug use key factors in youth violence

Bill Woodward Discusses Violence Prevention

CSPV Statement for Youth Violence Summit

CSPV Statement on Newtown Shootings

Widefield targets bullying with ambitious program

Violence can be prevented.

Crime in Montbello: 'You kind of get used to it'.

Denver's Montbello Neighborhood gets rolling on federal program to curb youth violence.

CU Boulder Program Targets Youth Violence in Northeast Denver

Youth Crime Project Targets Northeast Denver Neighborhood

CU-Boulder- led effort to reduce youth violence in Denver's Montbello neighborhood kicks off Feb. 16-17

Shakespeare gives the latest strategy in anti-bullying in schools.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival uses 'Twelfth Night' to talk about anti-bullying.

CDC awards $6.5 million for study of youth violence in Denver's Montbello neighborhood

CU-Boulder to lead five-year, $6.5 million effort to reduce youth violence in Denver's Montbello neighborhood.