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Here are some of the things the visitors to our website are doing to promote awareness for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month!
I'm making a campaign so that Puerto Rico declares Teen Dating Awareness Month and applies it so we can have yearly activities and awareness all month long. For more info on my organizations website Alto Al Silencio please visit www.loquenodije.com Thank you!
The H.O.P.E. Center
The Mayor attended ONE BILLION RISING and also read a proclamation for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and encouraged the citizens of McMinn County to demonstrate their commitment to ending domestic violence in our community.
The H.O.P.E. Center
We met with the Speak Up group and presented students with educational information, purple ribbons and hearts.
Lincoln High School Health and Wellness Center
San Diego, California
Daily PSA made to entire campus of 2000 students: New message each day, focusing on the issue, warning signs, resources and supports. On Valentines Day during lunch there were tables set out in three key campus locations with pocket cards providing emergency support info.
YWCA Northeast Indiana
Fort Wayne, Indiana
YWCA Northeast Indiana held a press conference on Thursday, January 31, at our office in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in order to make the community and the media aware of the dangers of teen DV. Mayor Tom Henry of Fort Wayne proclaimed February 2013 as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and statements were made by YWCA NEIN staff, area teachers, and youth organization leaders.Read more
All month on our social media pages, we shared facts about Teen Dating Violence as well as tips on how to talk to children and teens about healthy relationships.
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Dublin High BeStrong Girls Club
Our club promoted Teen Dating Awareness Month by having twice weekly announcements made at their school, and by doing a lunch time table event wherein the girls got people to sign a petition to support themselves and their friends in healthy relationships. They also prepared posters and handed out candy kisses with notecards that had teen dating violence facts on them.
Lake Zurich High School, Verizon Wireless, ICADV and Lt. Governor Sheila Simon
Lake Zurich, Ill
Four high school students in Lake Zurich, Ill., took first place in the "No More Dating Abuse" video competition, sponsored by Verizon and hosted by the Illinois Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Illinois Lt. Governor, Sheilia Simon. More information about the competition can be found in this press release. You can watch the winning video here.