The National Resource Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention is a database driven website running on the Drupal 7 content management system. It was built in 2015 as a method of providing technical assistance to states, tribes, territories, and local communities. Major features of this website include an interactive state map, grantee spotlights, the learning portal, and the resource database.
The National Center on Safe Supportive Learning Environments (NCSSLE) is a database driven website running on the Drupal 7 platform. This website was built in 2013 and was funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Safe and Healthy Students. The major features of this website are the State Compendia, School Climate Measurement guides, Data Trends and Indicators, and the State/Grantee profiles.
The National Technical Assistance Center for the Education of Neglected or Delinquent Children and Youth (NDTAC) was built in 2002 on the Drupal 7 content management system via support from the U.S. Department of Education (ED). This website provides direct assistance to States, schools, communities, and parents seeking information on the education of children and youth who are considered neglected, delinquent, or at-risk. The major feature of this website is the NDTAC Fast Facts. These datasets are access thousands of times each month and used by state and district administrators to better server youth.
youth.gov, formerly FindYouthInfo.gov, was created by the Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs (IWGYP), which is composed of representatives from 20 federal agencies that support programs and services focusing on youth. This website was built on Drupal 7 in 2012 by a small tiger team of developers over the course of three months. It has since evolved into a vast portal containing information and products to assist in fostering positive outcomes for youth. A major feature of youth.gov is the Grants Search database which indexes, categorizes and filters data from grants.gov based on youth-focused topics.