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Creative Partnership for Prevention
GRADE LEVEL: Professionals

This Web site, based on the Creative Partnerships for Prevention initiative, provides current information and resources for using the arts and humanities to enhance drug and violence prevention programs.

The site uses colorful graphics and borders on the home page. Each section's page uses the same border. Wide spacing makes the pages easy to view.

Each page uses the same graphical navigation menu at the top, which allows users to move around the site easily.

This Web site provides a place for materials developed for the Creative Partnerships for Prevention initiative. The information here came from educators, prevention specialists, youth workers, and professionals from cultural institutions. An online version of "Creative Partnerships for Prevention: Using the Arts and Humanities to Build Resiliency in Youth Resource Guide" will be available shortly; users can currently access demonstration sites. These frequently updated areas allow viewers to track the progress of eight different programs throughout the country that are trying to use the concepts of arts-and-humanities-based prevention as well as community partnerships. Each month the site adds profiles of new programs. Another section allows users to access the "Prevention Think Tank Searchable Forum and Program Builder Form for help with developing programs. Additional resources are available. This is a good site for guidance professionals, parents and educators who are looking for alternative and new approaches to drug and violence prevention.