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Violence

Anger Management 

Bullying 

Child Abuse 

Domestic Violence 

Parenting Tips 

Violence in the Media 

Dangers of Cyberbullying and Importance of Internet Safety

 

RESOURCES ON MANAGING VIOLENCE  

Orange County Resources
  • Info Link/Orange County: Dial  211 or (888) 600-4357 or www.211oc.org
  • Local police department
  • Orange County Department of Education –Stacy Deeble-Reynolds, Learning Support: Implementing school-based violence prevention programs (714) 327-1061 or sdeeble-reynolds@ocde.us
  • Suicide Prevention Center (310) 391-1253
  • The Family Violence Project (714) 619-0250 or www.f-v-p.org
  • Violence Prevention Coalition of Orange County at www.vpcoc.org
 
State and Federal Resources

Other

 

RESOURCES ON ANGER MANAGEMENT 

 Orange County Resources

State and Federal Resources

Other
 

RESOURCES ON BULLYING 

Orange County Resources

  • Info Link/Orange County: Dial 211 or (888) 600-4357 or www.211oc.org
  • Local police department  
  • Suicide Prevention Center (310) 391-1253

State and Federal Resources

Other

 

 

RESOURCES ON CHILD ABUSE 

Orange County Resources

  • Child Abuse Prevention Center (714) 543-4333
  • Child Abuse Registry (County of Orange Social Services Agency) at (714) 940-1000
  • Children and Youth Services (Mental Health Services) Placentia (714) 577-5400, Costa Mesa (714) 850-8408, Laguna Beach (949) 499-5346,
  • Mission Viejo (949) 770-0855, Santa Ana (714) 480-6600, Westminster (714) 896-7556
  • Info Link/Orange County 2-1-1 line or (888) 600-4357
  • Local police department
  • The Family Violence Project (714) 619-0250 or www.f-v-p.org
  • The RAISE Foundation (949) 955-1578 or www.theraisefoundation.org
  • Safe Start Center at www.safestartcenter.org
State and Federal Resources
Other
 

RESOURCES ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 

Orange County ressources

  • Child Abuse Prevention Center (714) 543-4333
  • Child Abuse Registry (714) 940-1000
  • Domestic Violence Brochure at http://www.orangecountyda.com/docs/dv_eng_bklt.pdf
  • Info Link/Orange County 2-1-1 line or (888) 600-4357
  • Local police department
  • O.C. Office of the District Attorney Family Protection Unit (714) 347-8569
  • The Family Violence Project (714) 619-0250 or www.f-v-p.org
  • Shelters:Laura’s House, (South Orange County) (949) 498-1511
  • Human Options (South/Central OC) (949) 854-3554
  • Interval House (West/Central OC) (714) 891-8121
  • Women’s Transitional Living Center (Central/North OC) (714) 992-1931
  • Safe Start Center at www.safestartcenter.org
State and National
Other
 

RESOURCES ON PARENTING TIPS 

Orange County Resources
  • Child Abuse Prevention Center (714) 543-4333
  • Child Abuse Registry (County of Orange Social Services Agency) (714) 940-1000
  • Children and Youth Services (Mental Health Services) Placentia (714) 577-5400, Costa Mesa (714) 850-8408, Laguna Beach (949) 499-5346,
  • Mission Viejo (949) 770-0855, Santa Ana (714) 480-6600, Westminster (714) 896-7556
  • Cuidar (714) 824-4193 or (949) 824-2462
  • nfo Link/Orange County 2-1-1 line or (888) 600-4357
  • Family Support Network (714) 590-0023
  • The Family Violence Project (714) 619-0250 or www.f-v-p.org
  • Search Institute www.search-institute.org
State and Federal Resources
Other
 

RESOURCES ON MEDIA VIOLENCE 

Orange County Resources

  • Info Link/Orange County 2-1-1 line or (888) 600-4357
  • Violence Prevention Coalition of Orange County at www.vpcoc.org
State and Federal Resources

Other

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Anderson, C. A., Carnagey, N.L., & Eubanks, J. (2003). Violent media: The effects of songs with violent lyrics on aggressive thoughts and feelings. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 84, (4) 960-971.
Bushman, B. J., & Anderson, C. A. (2001). Media violence and the American public. American Psychologist, 56, 477-489.
Cantor, J. (2000, August). Media violence and children’s emotions: Beyond the “smoking gun.” Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington DC. Retrieved December 7, 2005 from http://www.joannecantor.com/EMOTIONS_sgl.htm
Centerwall, B.S. (1989). Exposure to television as a risk factor for violence. American Journal of Epidemiology, 129, 643-652.
Centerwall, B.S. (1992). Television and violence: The scale of the problem and where to go from here. Journal of the American Medical Association, 267, 3056-3067.
Cohen, E. & Knitzer, J. (2004) Young children living with domestic violence: The role of early childhood programs, University of Iowa, 2004.
Christophersen, E. & Mortweet, S. (2003).Parenting that works. Washington: American Psychological Association.
Fabes, R.A. & Eisenberg, N. (1992).Young children’s coping with interpersonal anger. Child Development, 63 (1), 116-128.
Harrison, K. & Cantor, J. (1999). Tales form the screen: Enduring fright reactions to scary media. Media Psychology, 1, 97-116.
Schaefer, C. (1994). How to Influence Children: A Handbook of Practical Child Guidance Skills, Northvale,
New Jersey: Jason Aronson, Inc.
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