Teen dating violence workshop
For Immediate Release – New York, NY, Friday, January 29, 2016 – One Love co-founder Sharon Love will ring the opening bell on Nasdaq today to help mark the start of National Teen Dating Violence Month this February, and to simultaneously launch the second phase of One Love’s year-long digital campaign to educate, empower and activate young people in a movement to end relationship violence.
Regarding Nasdaq’s recognition, One Love Foundation in Honor of Yeardley Love co-founder Sharon Love said; “I am so grateful to Nasdaq for recognizing the importance of our efforts to halt an epidemic that affects one in three women and one in four men in our country, and am honored to ring the bell opening trading today.”This new phase of the #Thats Not Love campaign introduces the “Couplets” – a series of digital shorts so named for the graphically appealing animated pairs who use humor to demonstrate the difference between a good relationship and an unhealthy one.
Help Prevent Reproductive Coercion by Screening Youth for Dating Violence Family & Youth Services Bureau, National Clearinghouse on Families & Youth (2016) Offers various screening tools in order to prevent, identify, and respond to teen dating violence.
Screening tools include a Red Flags Universal Teen Dating Violence screen and Student Health services Dating Abuse Screening and Response Protocol.
The following resources help to equip child welfare professionals with information on how to prevent and respond to teen dating violence.
The Date Safe Project Provides schools, students, and parents with educational resources to help address teen dating and sexual assault awareness in the community.
(This is a 4- hour training) Ideal for parents, schools, and youth groups, this customized interactive program explains the dynamics of teen dating abuse by encouraging teens to pursue and maintain healthy relationships,identify types and signs of potential abuse, and steps to take to help teens exit relationships safely.
(The length of this presentation varies to accommodate your needs.) We provide in-service presentations at companies and business organizations about domestic abuse, signs that women are in unsafe relationships, and steps to take when abuse is suspected.
Adolescents who have grown up in violent homes are at risk of recreating the abusive relationships they have seen.Funny and teen-accessible, the couplets tackle 8 common warning signs (Intensity, Obsession, Isolation, Disrespect, Blame, Control, Anger and Put-downs) with one objective: to help young people more readily recognize the warning signs of an unhealthy or dangerous relationship and stand up to them before they escalate.The campaign will launch on Facebook and will be supported on social media by Team One Love campus leaders across the nation.In less than a year, One Love has brought its programming – whether the Escalation workshop, the #Thats Not Love campaign, or the Yards for Yeardley community event – to nearly 400 colleges and 150 high schools throughout the United States.Team One Love clubs are developing on campuses across the nation, proving that this generation is ready to lead the social movement to end relationship violence once and for all.