Resource scenario archive
Episode 2 – Firearm Injury and Death
This second episode covers the epidemiology of firearm injury and death in the United States, including the demographic and geographic distribution of firearm-related harm. Firearm injury is a major public health issue, causing premature death, long-term physical and emotional disability, significant direct emergency and medical expenses, and economic costs to society.External Resource
Community Violence & Domestic Violence: Interrelated & Preventable
Watch this webinar from the Giffords Law Center on how community violence intervention workers address domestic violence through their community violence intervention efforts.
Tips for Survivors: Coping with Grief after Community Violence
Fact sheet from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration with tips for survivors on how to cope with grief after an incident of community violence.
Healing Justice Alliance Resource Center
Publications, webinars, and handouts from the Healing Justice Alliance to educate others about the impact of violence on boys and young men of color.
Urban Youth Trauma Center Community Violence Resource Catalogue
A catalogue of available violence prevention programs and resources in the United States.
CDC Technical Package for the Prevention of Youth Violence
A comprehensive technical package with strategies based on the best available evidence for the prevention and reduction of youth violence and associated risk behaviors.
Community Safety Realized Report
A Prevention Institute report describing public health pathways to preventing violence and strategies for creating greater community safety.
Episode 2 – Epidemiology of Firearm Violence
In this second episode of our webinar series, we cover the epidemiology of firearm injury and death in the United States, including the demographic and geographic distribution of firearm-related harm.PDF
Folleto de Almacenamiento Seguro de Armas de Fuego
Descargue e imprima este folleto sobre el almacenamiento seguro de armas de fuego para enviarlo a casa con sus pacientes.Video
On March 16, 2020, BulletPoints hosted a webinar to introduce the team, preview the curriculum components, and talk about next steps in development and evaluation.Video
Episode 1 – What You Can Do
In the first talk of the BulletPoints Webinar Series, we discuss how to have informed and respectful conversations with patients about the risks of firearm access and how to reduce that risk.PDF
Safe Storage Brochure (English, B&W)
Download and print this printer-friendly brochure on safe firearm storage to send home with your patients.