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Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention

Dating Abuse Helpline

Break the Cycle and the National Dating Abuse Helpline have teamed up to offer the most comprehensive resource on the issue at loveisrespect. Complementing the site is the Helpline’s 24/7 chat, phone and text service and Break the Cycle’s prevention resources.

Dating Abuse Resources

Break the Cycle, the leading national nonprofit organization that provides preventive dating and domestic violence education and outreach to teens and young adults.

Center for Healthy Teen Relationships, A project of the Idaho Coalition of Sexual and Domestic Violence works to build the capacity of middle schools and high schools, community youth organizations, youth risk advocacy organizations, healthcare providers and more.

National Resources

  • the National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence, addresses the needs of Latino/a
    families and communities

  • based in New York City, The Anti-Violence Project (AVP) provides an extensive range of services, programs and initiatives, including such as crisis intervention, counselling, community advocacy as well as national technical assistance

  • is a national resource center and clearinghouse on gender violence in Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander communities

  • mobilizes Latinos/Latinas to stop domestic violence and leads the National Latin@ Network for Healthy Families and Communities

  • is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the costs and consequences of partner violence at work – and eliminating it altogether

  • delivers monthly training webinars and monthly fact sheets designed to increase providers’ knowledge of transgender people and issues, and to improve their ability to provide respectful and culturally-competent care to survivors of domestic violence, dating abuse, sexual assault, and stalking

  • is a grassroots, non-profit organization founded by a gay male survivor of domestic violence and developed through the strength, contributions and participation of the community

  • focuses on the unique circumstances of African Americans as they face issues related to domestic violence.

  • pioneered a novel way of looking at the epidemic of violence against women, dispelling the myth that it is solely a women's issue

  • works with individuals, families and communities harmed by crime to help victims rebuild their lives

  • provides training to adult professionals on how best to incorporate abuse intervention and prevention into their work.

  • brings together all state coalitions against domestic violence and other stakeholders to foster an environment in which violence against women no longer exists. They also provide information on staying safe from technological stalking and abuse

  • is a Native nonprofit organization addressing domestic violence and safety for Indian Women.

  • is a survivor-led, social justice organization that works to end partner abuse in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, BDSM, polyamorous, and queer communities. They strengthen these communities through organizing, education, and the provision of support services

  • founded in 1987 by lesbian survivors of battering, the NW Network works to end abuse in our diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. They provide both direct services to survivors of abuse as well as national technical assistance

  • is working to eliminate all forms of sexual violence and advocate for the rights and needs of victims of sexual assault. To that end, they host http://www.teenpcar.org/ryot.aspRYOT Against Rape and link textTeen Esteem for youth.

  • a multinational nonprofit that works to educate communities, empower survivors, and eradicate injustice. PAVE’s efforts boldly aspire to free the nation from sexual assault and domestic violence, engaging survivors and non-survivors alike

  • collects documents and hyperlinks to help professionals handling domestic violence cases and issues within Native American communities.

Public Awareness Campaigns


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