Safe Kids

Safe Kids Worldwide is a global organization dedicated to preventing injuries in children, the number one killer of kids in the United States.

Safe Kids works with an extensive network of more than 600 coalitions in the United States and partners with organizations in 23 countries around the world to reduce injuries from motor vehicles, sports, drownings, falls, burns, poisonings and more. 


STOP Sports Injuries

Stop Trauma and Overuse Prevention (STOP) Sports Injuries comprehensive public outreach program focuses on the importance of sports safety-specifically relating to overuse and trauma injuries. The initiative not only raises awareness and provides education on injury reduction, but also highlights how playing safe and smart can enhance and extend a child's athletic career, improve teamwork, reduce obesity rates and create a lifelong love of exercise and healthy activity. Our message underscores the problems of overuse and trauma and emphasizes the expertise of our coalition of experts. 

Andrews Institute: Education Initiatives  


The Andrews Institute mission is to provide the best medical care for the musculoskeletal system, using the latest innovative clinical and surgical technologies, and to improve patient care through research and education with an emphasis on prevention.

Andrews Research & Education Institute: AREI is committed to disseminating the latest information to the general public and target groups to prevent injuries and promote wellness. We provide a number of free services to the community to address these needs. ​


P.A.S.S Initiative 

The (Protecting Athletes and Sports Safety (P.A.S.S.) Initiative an innovative two-year initiative launched by the National Council on Youth Sports Safety, Inc. The first of its kind, PASS will integrate a culture of prevention and recommend enhanced practices to reduce the risk of brain injury, specifically concussions, among athletes at the pre-collegiate level.  

The mission of the National Council on Youth Sports Safety (NCYSS) is to raise awareness of and apply an integrative approach to create a culture of prevention and reduce the number of injuries that occur among youth engaged in organized sports. 


Safe Sports Network

The Safe Sports Network was started in 1989 and now keeps student athletes safer at many area high schools by providing on-site athletic trainers and operating a free sports injury clinic in Manchester, NH. Safe Sports also provides free pre-season physicals to middle and high school athletes. The Safe Sports Network works to educate parents, athletes, administrators and coaches in areas of sports medicine and injury prevention. They also partner with youth leagues to provide concussion management programs, which include baseline testing and post injury management. The Safe Sports Network recognizes that without appropriate sports medicine care, potentially serious injuries may go unrecognized and result in unnecessary disability - or worse. Because of this, the Safe Sports Network is dedicated to promoting and providing a safe sports environment for athletes.