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The premiere resource for Teen Dating Abuse. For help, you can call 866-331-9474, Text LOVEIS to 22522 or go to the website to chat live. Learn about healthy relationships, dating abuse, personal safety, how to help others and look for resources,
This is a fantastic place to get involved! You can learn about the Respect Effect, become an ambassador or adult ally, how to help a friend, join the conversation. You can also find Callout Cards, retro videos, & arcade-style games on our TNC Channel and so much more!
If you are over 18 years old, The National Domestic Violence Hotline can help. You can call 1-800-799 SAFE (7233), text START to 88788 or go to thehotline.org to chat live. Learn about abuse, safety planning, how to get help and supporting others experiencing abuse.
This is the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network. You can call The National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-656-HOPE (4673) or go to RAINN.org to chat live. Here you'll find resources for sexual violence and dating violence. This includes how to talk to your children about sexual assault, warning signs and teen dating violence.
Dating Matters®: Strategies year to Promote Healthy Teen Relationships is a comprehensive teen dating violence prevention model developed by CDC to stop teen dating violence before it starts. Dating Matters is an evidence-based teen dating violence prevention model 11- 14 year olds includes prevention strategies for individuals, peers, families, schools, and neighborhoods.
This is a resource for professionals who are looking to address teen dating violence as a long term strategy preventing domestic violence.
Serving Teen Survivors: A Manual for Advocates from The National Sexual Violence Resource Center. This manual provides a brief overview on the unique issues young people who are sexual violence survivors face. Also included are tip sheets on working with teen survivors, information on confidentiality and mandated reporting laws, information on the teen brain, an annotated bibliography of recent research, and more.
Futures Without Violence explains how to talk to your children about healthy relationships and dating abuse. You can also download the RESPECT Challenge Action Toolkit is for community members to get involved in the RESPECT! Challenge. For teachers or parents who have an important role to play in this campaign.
The Trevor Project's article about LGBTQ+ youths experiencing physical dating violence which was associated with greater odds of a past-year suicide attempt across age ranges, gender identities, and race/ethnicities.
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