Plays about dating violence
Teens relationships provide the bedrock for future adult relationships. Teens can access free, confidential SOS services just like adults.
They can request services by calling our hotline: 800-825-1295 or 620-342-1870 Teens can ask to meet with an advocate at their school or can come to our outreach office at 402 Commercial St in Emporia Monday- Friday from am-pm.
Experiencing all of the game will require several re-plays to explore the various tracks.
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It can occur in person or electronically and might occur between a current or former dating partner”. This statistic is very concerning especially when education around this topic could help prevent it from occurring. Imagine if in middle school signs of a healthy relationship and non-healthy relationship were taught?
Schools can take further action by distributing informational material to teens.
Even campaigns like this February awareness project should be implemented in schools or at a minimum, talked about. If you know someone who is a victim of teen dating violence, you can be a huge help to them!
is an evidence-based program with strong, long-term outcomes.
Adolescents participating in the program, as compared with those who did not participate, also reported: . Her research focus is on adolescent problem behaviors and includes both etiological and evaluation research. Reproducible student handouts are included at the end of each session.
The program has been found to be equally effective for males and females and for whites and non-whites. Her etiological research has included identifying determinants, at multiple ecological levels, of violence between adolescent dating couples, adolescent cigarette smoking and alcohol use and adolescent sexual behavior. Stacey Langwick is an assistant professor at the University of Florida and holds a joint appointment with the Department of Anthropology and the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research. Session 1: Defining Caring Relationships: A bingo game and class discussions introduce students to the program.