A map displaying CD-CP, Safe Start, Promising Approaches, and NCTSN sites across the United States.
An OJJDP funded initiative addressing the needs of children 0-6 who have been exposed to violence.
A network of 54 research and treatment centers working to improve the quality and effectiveness of therapeutic services for children and adolescents experiencing traumatic event.
A full-service center (located in Charlotte, NC) for training, technical assistance and consultation to Child Development-Community Policing (CD-CP) Partnerships.
A collaborative initiative linking law enforcement and mental health first responders focused on delivering acute mental health interventions to children and families at-risk for psychological trauma.
National Center for Children Exposed to Violence (NCCEV)
It is the mission of the National Center for Children Exposed to Violence (NCCEV) to increase the capacity of individuals and communities to reduce the incidence and impact of violence on children and families; to train and support the professionals who provide intervention and treatment to children and families affected by violence; and, to increase professional and public awareness of the effects of violence on children, families, communities and society.
The website is currently under reconstruction. While the website is being revised please contact the NCCEV office at(203) 785-7047 with any questions or for any additional information.
NCCEV is supported by grants from the U.S. Departments of Justice (OJJDP grant # 2005-JW-FX-K001) and Health and Human Services (SAMHSA grant # 5 U79 SM54318-06); U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Office of Domestic Preparedness: Urban Area Security Initative (UASI) Program; Pritzker Early Childhood Foundation; Seedlings Foundation & New Alliance Foundation