The Center for National Prevention Initiatives (CNPI) houses the National Center for Fatality Review and Prevention (NCFRP) and the Data Coordination Center (DCC) for the CDC’s Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Case Registry (SUID-CR) and Sudden Death in the Young Case Registry (SDY-CR). NCFRP’s purpose is to provide support, training, and technical assistance to Child Death Review (CDR) and Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) programs and teams across the country. The goal of both FIMR and CDR is to learn from death reviews to prevent similar deaths in the future. Through a Homeland Security/FEMA grant, CNPI also created and implemented Sound Off with the Home Fire Safety Patrol. Sound Off is a national program reaching 2nd/3rd-grade classrooms to raise awareness of the importance of having working smoke alarms and installing free smoke alarms in high-risk homes that lack this vital protection.