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Dating Abuse Statistics This fact sheet from Loveisrespect details statistics about young adult dating violence, including prevalence of dating violence among youth as well as college students, lasting effects, and lack of awareness among peers and parents.
Teen Dating Violence among LGBTQ Youth This Human Rights Campaign overview of teen dating violence among LGBTQ youth also includes a list of national resources that serve LGBTQ survivors of intimate partner violence.
How Do You Know if Someone Wants to Have Sex with You?
Planned Parenthood produced this video to demonstrate what consent looks like, giving examples of ways to find out if your partner wants to do what you would like to do. The ACT Youth Network provides a quiz that may help.
Love is Digital From Loveisrespect, the Love is Digital texting program provides support to parents and teachers.
By texting "parentinfo" or "teacherinfo" to 22522, parents and teachers will receive content and links to help educate teens on dating abuse and support a culture of healthy relationships.
Consent: It's Simple as Tea This video by Blue Seat Studios, Emmeline May, and Rachel Brian illustrates the need for consent through the clear and humorous metaphor of tea. This video from Campus Clarity is a useful tool to be used as part of a training or dialogue on consent.
Activity Guides (PDF) Activity Guides from Break the Cycle include short activities with discussion questions and facilitator tips to help advocates start conversations about healthy relationships and dating abuse with students.
Love is Respect: Download Materials Loveisrespect offers materials for youth or those working with youth, including palm cards, bookmarks, posters, handouts, and quizzes.
Love is Not Abuse: A Teen Dating Abuse Prevention Curriculum This comprehensive, free curricula from Loveisrespect can be used with high school students.
Toolkit to Incorporate Adolescent Relationship Abuse Prevention into Existing Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programming Designed for Family and Youth Services Bureau grantees, this toolkit will be relevant to a broader audience.
Topics covered include organizational readiness, material selection, preparation for implementation, and evaluation.