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According to recent statistics from the Health and Risk Behaviors of Massachusetts Youth, 2013 survey, 12% of attending high school students reported having carried a weapon in the previous 30 days, 3% carried a gun in the past 30 days, and 4% were involved in a fight in the past year in which they were injured and required medical treatment due to weapon use.

One fifth (20%) of students reported having been in a physical fight in the past year and 7% reported gang involvement.

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These “downstream” initiatives include: These programs also address a variety of health issues which both directly and indirectly impact a young person’s risk for violence including sexual violence, violence against LGBTQ youth, teen dating violence, bullying and suicide as well as other significant public health issues such as teen pregnancy and substance use. Please do not include personal or contact information.

These programs serve the highest risk young men and women including “proven risk” youth, meaning young people.

Primary Youth Violence Prevention Programs focus on utilizing a positive youth development approach, target youth at high risk for violence but who are not necessarily engaging in violence yet and would include programming considered “primary prevention”.