Teen dating violence poster
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We encourage educators to partner with their local domestic violence program, as they may have a Dating Violence Prevention Program and are fully trained to respond to students who disclose abuse.
These are small words we use to diminish something, to ignore it, to hide it, to lessen the impact. This is a bundle of materials created by the Texas Council on Family Violence for organizations to use during National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month in February.Resources include a toolkit with activity guide, banners and posters, a relationship bill of rights, a teen dating abuse brochure, and more.The Black Voice News says: The poster contest is open to all high school students. The Grand Prize is 0, 2nd place is 0 and 3rd place is 0. This poster was designed for display in a range of health sites serving adolescents including school-based health centers, school nurses offices, teen clinics, and pediatricians offices.