Prevention Resource Finder [website]
United States. Department of Homeland Security
From the website: "Everyone has a role to play in preventing targeted violence and terrorism, and the federal government has many resources available to support stakeholders across the country. The Prevention Resource Finder provides stakeholders with information on the resources needed to help prepare for and prevent targeted violence and terrorism across our country. Resources on the website include community support resources; grant funding opportunities; information-sharing platforms; evidence-based research; and training opportunities for communities to reduce the risk of targeted violence, including hate-based targeted violence. Preventing targeted violence and terrorism requires a community approach, including educators, law enforcement, healthcare practitioners, behavioral and mental health professionals, faith-based organizations, affinity groups, and state, local, tribal, and territorial governments. Filter search results and use keyword searches to identify which resources are most helpful to you."
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