Providers can share the firearms-related materials below with patients.
- This handout from the Massachusetts Medical Society discusses the risks of firearms and presents safe storage options
- The Seattle Children’s Hospital Gun Safety website provides PDFs and videos on gun safety and preventing firearm deaths among children
- This handout from the Seattle and King County Department of Public Health’s Lok it Up Campaign details safe storage devices
- The American Academy of Pediatrics’ patient information on firearm injury prevention, including a handout on safe firearm storage, handguns in the home, and teen suicide and guns
- The Brady Center ASK Campaign provides resources to help parents keep kids safe from guns outside the home by asking: “Is there an unlocked gun where my child plays?”
- Project ChildSafe, a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, offers online resources for firearm owners on firearm safety and safe storage practice