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Closing the Loop: Why We Need to Invest—and Reinvest—in Prevention

PI’s Larry Cohen and The California Endowment's Dr. Anthony Iton explore sustainable funding mechanisms to support prevention and reduce health care costs. More...
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A Healthy Future for California

Our call to action outlines key priorities and recommendations to make California a healthier, safer and more equitable state.
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New Health Equity Guide for Public Health Practitioners

Check out this new resource, designed to help public health practitioners advance health equity through community prevention strategies.

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Prevention is Primary: Strategies for Community Wellbeing

Read our landmark textbook, and learn best-practices, concrete prevention tools, and strategies to strengthen prevention and community efforts. Download the first chapter and order the full text.

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UNITY Fact Sheets: Links Between Violence and Chronic Diseases, Mental Illness and Poor Learning

Read the latest fact sheets from PI's Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth (UNITY) on how violence affects other health problems and community concerns, such as chronic diseases, mental illness and poor learning. More

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What's Good for Health is Good for Business: Engaging the Business Community in Prevention Efforts

Our newest resource guide outlines the steps involved in forging successful community prevention partnerships with local businesses. More

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Prevention Tools


  • Aligning Community-Healthcare Partnerships with Community Prevention: A PI Report for Vermont In a new report commissioned by the state of Vermont, PI examines a transformational model of health that's gaining steam in the U.S.-- one in which healthcare and community entities partner up, and emphasize community prevention of illness and injury. Read More
  • August is the Ideal Time to Talk Prevention Funding with Legislators Prevention and the Prevention and Public Health Fund have come under attack every year since the fund was created, despite the positive effect of prevention on the health of communities across the country. With legislators in their home districts until Congress reconvenes on September 8, it’s a prime time to demonstrate how important prevention is—through the power of example.
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  • Putting Safety in All Policies: Briefs on Multi-Sector Violence Prevention

    Violence is preventable. Multiple sectors play a needed role in addressing the underlying contributors to violence, including the sectors of early childhood development, education, housing, community development, business, and transportation. Prevention Institute recognizes that a window of opportunity is opening in California, and across the nation, to promote a common vision and shared priority for safety across multiple sectors – through Safety in All Policies. The notion of Safety in All Policies (SiAP) comes from Health in All Policies (HiAP), a collaborative, multi-sector policymaking approach gaining national momentum.

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