Project Youth Safety is a comprehensive multimedia and multicultural youth safety awareness initiative consisting of six public awareness campaigns that includes topics such as youth in crisis, child abuse, domestic violence, cell phone safety, and teen dating violence.
On any given night there is an estimated 2,000 homeless youth on Chicago streets. The Chicago Safe Place Youth in Crisis campaign is designed to raise awareness about the resources available to Chicago-area youth who are homeless or dealing with trouble at home.
This English and Spanish campaign will support and raise awareness for the Children’s Institute’s Project E.R.I.N. Domestic Violence program. Launch city – Los Angeles.
This English and Spanish campaign will support the Denver Children’s Advocacy Center to raise awareness of child abuse and the resources a child’s advocacy center offers. Launch city – Denver.
This campaign will support the Public Health Institute and the California Adolescent Health Collaborative to raise awareness amongst youth on adolescent relationship abuse. Launch city – San Francisco, CA.
This campaign will support the Merced Lao Family Foundation. Its focus will be on raising child abuse and neglect awareness within the Hmong culture and community. Launch city – Merced County, CA.
This campaign will support iKeepSafe Coalition and will raise awareness amongst youth on the safe use of cell phones. Launch city – Monroe County, NY.
Funded through a cooperative agreement from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Project Youth Safety is a comprehensive multimedia, multicultural public awareness initiative promoting child and youth safety at the community level. Project Youth Safety independently focuses on six different child/youth safety issues in six different markets to create issue awareness amongst today’s youth.
This youth safety initiative has been developed and directed by INOBTR (“I Know Better”), a non-profit organization that educates about safety through public awareness in a proactive effort to keep kids safe.
INOBTR developed and directed media campaigns on each of the following issues:
INOBTR has designed materials for each of these campaigns to be as detailed, but general as possible to allow for use, distribution and adoption in other markets. As such, there is an “Adopt This Campaign” button on each page. The process is very easy and INOBTR will work with interested organizations across the country to explore co-branding these materials for a local community.
Please fill out this form to request access to the Project Youth Safety document library where you can download all the materials for this campaign. Once it is received, you will be emailed a link that takes you to the document library where you can complete the download.
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