Dating violence brochures
Perfect for a locker, dorm room, bulletin board or classroom, our posters gives positive examples of how to define love, features statistics on dating abuse and lists loveisrespect’s resources.
Download the “Dating Abuse Affects 1 in 3″ poster here, the “Love Should Be Fun & Exciting” poster here and the orange and pink LOVE posters here.
The Child Advocacy and Services Enhancement (CASE) Project recognizes that youth exposed to domestic violence are at increased risk for experiencing an abusive relationship as a teen and/or adult in comparison to youth who did not witness domestic violence in the home.
The CASE Project concentrates on providing technical assistance and training to raise awareness of the signs of dating violence and champion the need for a spectrum of interventionist services for teens in North Carolina.
Spread awareness about the prevalence of male violence in relationships, and learn its signs and ways of prevention.
Learn the different types of sexual abuse, their signs, and ways you can help.
A study by the Center for Disease Control and Department of Justice found that in 2010, more men than women were victims of intimate partner violence.
Violence against men is often overlooked and disregarded, but it does not have to be.
The Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Program addresses teen dating violence through collaborative efforts with school systems involved on CCR teams.
Specifically, communities with CCR teams work on improving best practices in 1) their school response to incidents of domestic violence and teen dating violence through the development of a protocol and 2) their prevention efforts in schools.
They’re great for handing out to large groups and can be carried discreetly.