teen dating violence
Q&A: Collaborating to End Teen Dating Violence and Promote Healthy Relationships
It takes a village to prevent teen dating violence. On a federal level, that village comprises the Federal Interagency Workgroup on Teen Dating Violence. Carrie Mulford, social science analyst at the National Institute of Justice and coordinator of the workgroup, told us about recent research on dating violence being spearheaded by the National Institute on Justice and the workgroup, and the direction dating violence research and programs are headed.
Four Online Resources to Help You Prevent Teen Dating Violence
As Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month wraps up, familiarize yourself with resources that can help you educate and support teens and their parents and caregivers throughout the year.
#NCFYChat: “Building Healthy Relationships: Collaborating on Teen Dating Violence and Pregnancy Prevention”
Please join us Thursday, February 27, for a Twitter chat with Break the Cycle about the ways advocates for teen health can collaborate to prevent dating violence and adolescent pregnancy.
Primary Sources: LGBTQ Youth at Higher Risk for Dating Violence, More Likely to Seek Help
A recent study from the Urban Institute explores dating violence and abuse among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning teens.
Five Steps to Starting a Youth Council to Prevent Domestic Violence
A toolkit from the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers practical advice and tools for including youth leaders in violence prevention efforts.