Related Sites

The Melissa Institute has conducted an annotated review of over 400 violence prevention websites. This critical information points to the work of many quality organizations.

One of the promising interventions with at-risk youth is mentoring. The Melissa Institute reviewed over 300 Websites to evaluate the effectiveness and promise of mentoring. This extensive report contains information on important issues in mentoring, increasing effectiveness and links to related websites.

Agency Web Sites
Clinical Applications

Conflict Resolution / Peer Mediation

General References on Violence Prevention

A Review of Violence Prevention Websites

Conducted by Clifford R. O’Donnell, Ph.D., Member of the Melissa Institute Scientific Board, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, & Yukiko Hayashi, Graduate Student.

Information About School Safety

Media Literacy

Mentoring

A Review of Mentoring Studies and Websites

Conducted by Clifford R. O’Donnell, Ph.D., Member of the Melissa Institute Scientific Board, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii, & Yukiko Hayashi, Graduate Student.

School-based Programs: Instruction and Mental Health

Specific Programs

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs