Teen Dating Violence/Relationship Abuse

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Teens are learning about friendships and relationships at a critical time in their development. Become educated about healthy relationships so you can help them understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and recognize indicators of abusive relationships.

 

External Resources:

Loveisrespect.org

Loveisrespect’s mission is to engage, educate and empower young people to prevent and end abusive relationships. They offer peer advocates, information, and advocacy to young people who have questions or concerns about their dating relationships, and to concerned friends and family members, teachers, counselors, service providers and members of law enforcement. Loveisrespect mobilizes parents, educators, peers and survivors to proactively raise awareness on healthy dating behaviors and how to identify unhealthy and abusive patterns. Through trainings, toolkits, and curriculum, we are growing community educators and advocates to promote healthy relationships and prevent future patterns of abuse.

One Love

It is the goal of the One Love Foundation to honor Yeardley Love by bringing an end to Relationship Violence by educating, empowering and activating campus communities in a movement for change. The site offers information on relationship violence as well as campaign and awareness materials.

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