Dating material outreach teen violence
A life on the streets often exposes them to additional risks or victimization.
What they have seen in an abusive home environment or experienced on the street is often repeated by the youth themselves in their own relationships.
Teens who suffer abuse at the hands of a partner are more likely to struggle in school, develop depression, or turn to drugs or alcohol.
Victims are also at greater risk of experiencing the same patterns of violence later in life.
Additionally, this Toolkit would not have been possible without support and funding from the U. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Family and Youth Services Bureau, under grant #90EV0374 to the PCADV/NRCDV.These tragic realities tug at our conscience, and they call upon us to ensure survivors of abuse get the services and support they need.We also have a responsibility to make dating violence an act that is never tolerated in our communities, among those we know, or in our own lives.That is why my Administration has made preventing abuse a priority.We continue to support educators, advocates, and organizations who are advancing outreach and education, and we are harnessing the power of technology to get the message out under Vice President Joe Biden's 1is2many initiative.