Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

  • February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

    Each of us can play a role in helping to support healthy relationships in our family and community by starting a conversation with our youth today. Scroll down for useful tools.

  • Healthy Relationships PARENT Toolkit

    Talking to a child or teen about relationships can be awkward and will probably include uncomfortable moments for both child and parent. However, these conversations are vital to providing necessary information and guidance to your child.

    Talking about healthy versus unhealthy behaviors can be incorporated into your everyday life; utilizing TV shows, media, conversations, and other teachable moments can help start conversations. This toolkit is designed to give you useful tools and information you can use to start these conversations at every age of your child’s development.

    Click on the images below to view and download our Healthy Relationships Toolkit for Parents:

  • Healthy Relationships TEACHER Toolkit

    February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and we need your help to promote healthy relationships amongst our youth. By providing useful tools to youth we empower them with the skills and knowledge they need to identify healthy vs unhealthy relationships and to be able to stand up for themselves and others.

    The toolkit below provides helpful ways to incorporate a conversation about healthy relationships into your online classroom or on your school campus.

    Click on the image below to view and download our Healthy Relationships Toolkit for Teachers:

  • GUSD Healthy Relationships Video Contest

    GUSD students in grades 6-12 are eligible to submit an original video that depicts what “Healthy Relationships” means to them. Students have the chance to win $500 for first place! All entries are due by February 28th.

    Click on the image below to download the virtual flyer with guidelines and instructions for submission:

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Marta, age 40, Solutions to Violence

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