Teen Dating Violence Homework Folders - Bundle of 50


A 2-pocket folder featuring online dating violence and healthy relationship resources for teens. 

This resource is only available to SDVA and Affiliate Members of the Action Alliance (you do not need your member promo code when ordering this resource but membership will be confirmed prior to delivery). 

A great way to let teens know about trusted online resources for youth. 

The outside and inside panels illustrate teen online resources regarding healthy relationships, dating and sexual violence, and where to get help.

The left inside panel is die-cut to allow community advocates to insert their hotline or business card. 

Resources highlighted on the folder are:

AThinLine.org: A project of MTV to empower teens to identify, respond to, and stop the spread of digital abuse.

ThatsNotCool.com: A national public education campaign that uses digital examples of controlling, pressuring, and threatening behavior to raise awareness about and prevent teen dating abuse. Sponsored and co-created by Futures Without Violence (formerly Family Violence Prevention Fund), the Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women, and the Advertising Council.

LoveIsRespect.org (National Dating Abuse Helpline): A program of the National Council on Family Violence. Trained peer advocates are available by phone, text, or live chat.

Relate2You.com: Created by the Chesterfield Domestic Violence Task Force (Virginia), and featuring a clear and comprehensive "healthy relationships quiz."

Finding Zoe: A flash-based online game that engages players in a fun gaming experience to promote attitudes and skills girls and boys need to create healthy, equal interpersonal relationships. Created by the Metropolitan Action Committee on Violence Against Women and Children in Ontario, Canada.

Companion piece to the Teen Healthy Sexuality Bookmark. May be distributed in conjuntion with Bookmark or separately.


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