The University of Colorado at Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence has released a new online tool for matching youth with development programs based on their individual needs. The site, Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development, features a step-by-step program selector that parents, educators, and youth can use to find programs for needs such as behavioral, educational, emotional, physical, and positive relationships. The site also features tools to assess children’s needs, information on positive school climate, a list of resources, and more. The website is co-sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. To find out more, see the University’s press release.
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