Experiencing injury or violence can have a lifelong impact. People can suffer short-term effects, such as missing work or school, and long-term effects, such as chronic illness or death. Join the Injury Center in understanding and changing the world around us, so everyone, everywhere, every day can be safe and free from injury and violence.
Learn about the dangers of fentanyl and polysubstance use and life-saving naloxone to help stop overdose.
The CDC VetoViolence website has violence prevention tools, trainings, and resources for public health practitioners.
Dating Matters focuses on teaching 11-14 year olds healthy relationship skills before they start dating and reducing behaviors that increase the risk for dating violence, like substance abuse and sexual risk-taking.
Learn to recognize, respond to, and minimize the risk of concussion or other serious brain injury.
This interactive online training series helps healthcare providers apply CDC’s recommendations in clinical settings through patient scenarios, videos, knowledge checks, tips, and resources.