Dating violence pamphlet

The National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline is a 24 hour hotline created specifically for teens and young adults.

Call 1-866-331-9474 or check out House seeks to address this issue of teen dating violence through our School Programs. Join our Teen and Young Adult Dating Violence Task Force!

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1 in 5 students who have been in a serious relationship report being hit, slapped or pushed by a boyfriend or girlfriend.

Know the warning signs, how to get help, and ways you can prevent this.

LGBT victims are more reluctant to report abuse to legal authorities.

It includes hitting, yelling, threatening, name calling, and other forms of verbal, sexual, emotional, and physical abuse.You may download the brochure below for more information on dating violence. A study by the Center for Disease Control and Department of Justice found that in 2010, more men than women were victims of intimate partner violence.Rarely reported, sibling abuse is the most common form of domestic abuse.Experts estimate 3 in every 100 children are dangerously violent towards a sibling.