Connected Kids: Safe, Strong, Secure offers child healthcare providers a comprehensive, logical approach to integrating violence prevention efforts in practice and the community. The program takes an asset-based approach to anticipatory guidance, focusing on helping parents and families raise resilient children.

Connected Kids includes a Clinical Guide and 21 handouts for parents and teens topics such as bullying, discipline, interpersonal skills, parenting, suicide, and television violence.

Connected Kids for Continuity Clinics - Free Connected Kids materials are available to pediatric residency programs' continuity clinics, with support from the Friends of Children Fund. Continuity clinic directors can e-mail to sign up to receive materials.

Findings from the Connected Kids Implementation Case Studies (January 2009) ( PDF PDF file, 97 kb, 14 pgs)

Connected Kids Overview ( PDF PDF file, 881 kb, 6 pgs)

For more information about the Connected Kids program, please contact

To purchase Connected Kids materials, please visit the AAP Bookstore.