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Risk Factors This web page from examines factors that may increase teens' risk of experiencing or perpetrating teen dating violence.Get Help for Someone Else This comprehensive guide from Loveisrespect is directed toward friends, family, and others who want to assist a person in an abusive relationship.Working with Young Survivors Young people often face obstacles in accessing dating abuse services, but a knowledgeable service provider can help overcome those obstacles and ensure a young survivor's safety.These resources from Break the Cycle offer an introduction to some of the challenges that youth and service providers face.Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention From the CDC, Dating Matters® is a free, online course available to educators, school personnel, youth mentors, and others dedicated to improving teen health.
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.
SEL Toolkit: Relationship Skills This section of ACT for Youth's Social and Emotional Learning Toolkit links to strategies and resources that will help youth work professionals teach relationship skills.
Learn about Dating Violence Offered by Break the Cycle, this collection of web pages explains warning signs of dating violence and what legal protections, academic research, and other resources are available.
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.