Dating violence prevention video
Emotional and Verbal Abuse (also called Psychological Abuse) examples include: This mini-infographic is called The Use of Technology in Abusive Relationships and highlights some of the troubling aspects of the use of technology in abusive relationships (sometimes called digital abuse). It includes all of the content from the above infographics and ends with a list of some of our websites and social media accounts to stay up to date with Jennifer Ann's Group and share our resources with your friends and family.
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A new initiative introduced by El Paso County officials aimed at reducing domestic violence and teen dating violence.
The film depicts the fictional story of teenager Natalie Rivera, who becomes a victim of dating violence.
All of the resources on this page should be helpful for sharing with your local school board, state representative, or congressperson to help them understand the importance of supporting policies that will help protect adolescents from dating violence.
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In the 16-minute movie geared toward teens, Natalie suffers the cycle of physical and emotional abuse by her boyfriend Alex.
A new initiative introduced by El Paso County officials aimed at reducing domestic violence. They seem like a normal newly wed couple on the outside, but when they are alone, the cycle of abuse is revealed.(See below for high-resolution images suitable for professional printing) The front of our teen dating violence educational cards list '10 Warning Signs of an Abusive Relationship' and on the back are safety tips and the toll-free number to call our friends at the National Dating Abuse Helpline (available 24/7).