The National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) is an anonymous surveillance system that collects the “who, when, where, why and how” of violent deaths in each state. Data is collected from law enforcement, coroners, and medical examiners to create a better understanding of violent deaths. All 50 states currently receive NVDRS funding. States disseminate their data through various mediums that include data dashboards, fact sheets, newsletters, and select reports that aim to illustrate the characteristics on violent deaths. Researchers and stakeholders depend on these and other data dissemination efforts to help inform their violent death prevention activities. The available resources to support NVDRS in each state are organized by type, as well as by state.