Salinas CA is changing the narrative from that of violence, racial inequities and neglected infrastructure to that of a thriving and peaceful community. The Monterey County Health Department's (MCHD) STRYVE Program proposes to contribute to this vision by implementing Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) to improve the social and built environments, "That's Not Cool," a social media campaign to prevent teen dating violence and digital dating abuse, and by participating in Sexual Assault Awareness Month to promote healthy relationships and help for victims. These strategies will impact intimate partner, teen dating and youth violence over the next 5 years. In addition to these strategies, STRYVE will conduct evaluation and performance measurement, continue to collaborate with the Community Alliance for Safety and Peace (CASP), update the Salinas Strategic Work Plan, as well as our current sustainability plan. MCHD is proud to work with our Latino youth, in zip codes 93905 and 93906 through their two neighborhood schools, to ensure campus safety and that of the surrounding neighborhoods. By creating protective community environments, this proposal will enable youth and young adults to enjoy healthy relationships and gather in safety. Experience in implementing violence prevention strategies over the last 10 years, expertise in evaluation and ability to translate the successes of CASP, Building Healthy Communities and MCHD makes the STRYVE Program uniquely qualified to continue this work through PREVAYL.