Office of Child and Adolescent Risk Reduction Strategies

Office of Child and Adolescent Risk Reduction Strategies

Healthy children lead to healthy adults.  By focusing on the whole school, the whole community, and the whole child, we can improve health outcomes in Georgia.

The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) supports youth, schools, communities and caregivers by—

  • Creating asthma-friendly and tobacco-free environments
  • Providing asthma self-management education
  • Encouraging medical providers to follow guidelines-based care for asthma management
  • Focusing on positive youth development as early as 5th grade
  • Preventing teen pregnancy
  • Preventing sexual violence
  • Preventing bullying
  • Preventing adverse childhood experiences

Additional Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Asthma

DPH Chronic Disease Prevention Section - Asthma

EXHALE Strategies to Better Asthma Control

2020-2025 Division of Adolescent and School Health Strategic Plan

Core State Violence and Injury Prevention Program

STOP SV: Technical Package to Prevent Sexual Violence

Georgia Sexual Violence Prevention Program

Last revised 11/29/2022