School administrators, teachers, coaches, and school resource officers are often the only adults, outside of family members, that teens are interacting with on a daily basis.
Teen Dating Violence Interventions & Prevention Curriculum Our workshops and the community symposium in 20 were a huge successes!
To schedule a presentation or for additional information, please contact Erinn Gailey at (509) 735-1295 or [email protected]
Youth need to know what to do, not just what not to do.
Learn to talk to the youth in your life about how to create health relationships.
The workshops focused on understanding teen dating violence, as well as domestic violence in the home, appropriate interventions for teens and families, how schools can create policies to address teen dating violence on their campus, how to incorporate teen dating violence education into existing curriculum, and about the resources available to teens and education professions both locally and on-line.
All participants in the workshop received a binder and flash-drive with handouts, activities, videos and sample curriculum. Invited DVS to do a presentation or in-service for your group or program that works with teens and we will provide you with a binder and flash-drive for free!
Not be controlling or manipulative in my relationship. Take the pledge and promise to have healthy, safe relationships free from violence and free from fear.
Respect my girlfriend’s or boyfriend’s decisions concerning sex and affection.
Model Respectful Behavior Teens observe how adults communicate in different settings.
Teens often mimic these forms of communication within their own peer group.
Never hurt my boyfriend or girlfriend physically, verbally, or emotionally.