A list of helpful resources for parents, students, and staff has been provided in the web sites below.
Break the Cycle Futures Without Violence Intimate Partner Violence(Center for Disease Control and Prevention) Love is Not Abuse Love is Respect National Domestic Violence Hotline National Sexual Violence Resource Center Prevent Connect Texas Council on Family Violence Violence Against Women(United States Department of Justice) Violence Against Women Online Resources What is Dating Violence?
Connecticut: HB 5315 (2010): Includes teen dating violence and domestic violence education as part of the in-service training program for certified teachers, administrators and pupil personnel.
HB 5246 (2010): Requires the Commissioner of Public Health to develop one public service announcement issued by the Department of Public Health through a televised broadcast for the purpose of preventing teen dating and family violence.
MN Ombudsman (651) 431-2555 Safe Boundaries, Personal Living: Human Development/Sexuality Educational Program for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities is a curriculum designed to empower people with developmental disabilities with knowledge in order for them to exercise their rights, make healthy choices, and protect themselves from abuse, neglect, and exploitation.
Learn how to take away the stigma behind Human Development & Sexuality while protecting the rights and safety of people with developmental disabilities.
It was the subject of substantial formative research in fourteen public schools in North Carolina using a rigorous experimental design.
Second Step (Grades K-5)Committee for Children 2815 Second Avenue, Suite 400Seattle, Washington 98121(800) [email protected] Dates (Grades 8-9)Hazelden Publishing15251 Pleasant Valley Road P. Box 11Center City, MN 55012-0176(800) [email protected] Respect (Grades 6-12)Safe Place P. Box 19454Austin, Texas 78760(512) [email protected] Violence Curriculum (Grades 9-12)Break the Cycle Hazelden Publishing15251 Pleasant Valley Road P. Box 11Center City, MN 55012-0176(800) [email protected] are many reliable web sites with teen dating violence prevention information and resources.We have helped thousands of people with sexual health issues.Our faculty and professional staff represent a variety of disciplines including psychology, family medicine, psychiatry, marital and family therapy, education and epidemiology.Safe Dates addresses this health disparity through a dating abuse curriculum tailored to the unique needs of LGBT young people.
The Safe Dates program helps young people recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and equips them with skills and resources to respond to dating violence in their lives or those of their friends.
Session 5: Helping Friends: Students practice effective skills for helping friends who are abused or confronting friends who are abusing.