Each February, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month highlights these issues through a number of events and programs across the country. In any relationship, you have a right to: If you’re concerned that your rights or the rights of someone you care about are not being respected, call the WCA Hotline 208.343.7025 or contact the National Dating Abuse Helpline (call 1.866.331.9474 or text “loveis” to 22522).
Be a part of our intergenerational, multi-cultural organization working to end gender violence inextricably connected to and fueled by multiple, systemic oppressions! Interning with the Idaho Coalition is an opportunity to learn more about domestic violence, dating abuse, stalking and sexual assault and the first steps to participating in violence prevention before it happens.
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In fact, 1 in 3 teens experience physical, emotional, or sexual abuse by a dating partner.
The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships empowers and helps young people to build the social emotional skills for healthy relationships based on equality, respect, and trust.
We envision compassionate communities, where violence against women and girls is no longer a common occurrence and violence in all of its form is no longer accepted. By volunteering at the Idaho Coalition you will be part of a dynamic team devoted to creating social change and establishing equity for all. To learn more about volunteering, please contact Yara Slaton at [email protected] typically seek interns who are able to commit to volunteering with the Idaho Coalition in a part-time capacity for 4 months.
" This includes an activities guide for working in the school and community and also a video toolkit.
If interested, please email Sherry Iverson to have one mailed to you free of charge.
An initiative in southwest Idaho to promote healthy teen relationships and prevent teen dating violence by helping 11- to 14-year-olds develop healthy and safe relationship knowledge and skills. The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships empowers and helps young people to build the social emotional skills for healthy relationships based on equality, respect, and trust. The Idaho Chapter has a workbook and DVD from the Department of Health and Human Services called "Stop Bullying Now, lend a hand!
The Center for Health Teen Relationships promotes healthy relationship skills as a way to prevent adolescent relationship abuse and sexual assault by engaging and educating young people, parents/caregivers, and adult influencers, promoting positive social norms, and policy to create sustainability.