Awareness dating national prevention teen violence week
We challenge you (and your community) to wear orange on February 9 and post pictures on social media with the hashtag #Orange4Love.During the month of February, help spread the word about Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month by changing your Facebook cover photo and profile pic! This means teaching young people about healthy relationships at an early age, and empowering them to speak up when they see something wrong.This month, we challenge you to help spread the word about teen dating violence.
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Relationship abuse is often associated with domestic violence.
But violence doesn’t only take place among partners who are married; abuse is also prevalent among partners who are dating.
While no teen is immune from dating violence, it doesn’t have to happen.
We can all play a role in preventing teen dating violence and promoting healthy relationships.
Violence can take several forms, including verbal, emotional, physical, sexual and digital abuse.