In conjunction with HazingPrevention.org (HPO), the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) has announced that National Hazing Prevention Week is September 21-25.
The week is an opportunity for schools, individuals, communities and organizations to raise awareness about the problems of hazing, prevention education and personal responsibility. Organizing activities and events around a national awareness week is a great way to shine the light on a problem that affects 1.5 million high school students annually.
The ultimate goal is to prevent hazing. Strong education efforts, diligent policy development and reinforcement, and comprehensive planning and ongoing community efforts can do just that.
Following is the link to obtain the free 2015 National Hazing Prevention Week Resource and Planning Guide: