Dating violence training

They make choices about their relationships and move through the scenario by reading about interactions with their dating partner, family, friends, counselors, police, and others.

Become one of six teen characters based on the experiences of real teens including sexting, pregnancy, homophobia and stalking.

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Drawing on the work of many organizations, this Collection provides general information about teen dating violence, as well as resources for different populations, including 1) young people, 2) parents and caregivers, 3) men and boys, 4) teachers and school-based professionals, 5) health care professionals, 6) pregnancy prevention programs, and 7) domestic violence and sexual violence service providers.

Available at: Updated in 2016, this toolkit was developed by and for advocates in the runaway and homeless youth (RHY) and domestic and sexual assault (DV/SA) field to help program better address relationship violence with runaway and homeless youth.

In addition to the 24-session support group and 8-session leadership training curricula, the program manual includes the Austin Independent School District's policy concerning dating violence, sexual harassment and bullying and guidance on implementing school-wide prevention strategies including universal education, staff training and parent engagement.

Expect Respect provides a model and tools for partnering with local schools and youth organizations to promote safe and healthy relationships and prevent dating and sexual violence among youth.

8pm Eastern/7pm Central/5pm Pacific As part of NRCDV’s #Im An Activist campaign and storytelling initiative, @National DVAM will host a Twitter Chat to lift up and learn from young activist leaders working to advance social justice.

National, state, and local partners who aspire to embrace intergenerational, intersectional approaches to social transformation can benefit from the expertise of young activists in this dialogue.

The Expect Respect Program is a comprehensive, school-based program designed to promote safe and healthy teen relationships.

The program manual consists of a Program Overview, Support Group Curriculum and Facilitator Guide, Youth Leadership Curriculum and Facilitator Guide and School-wide Prevention Strategies Facilitator Guide and Resources. Safe Place developed Expect Respect for use in local schools.

Below is a listing of trainings and events in which NRCDV is hosting or participating.

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