As we celebrate the month of love in February, many others will experience dating violence. Unfortunately, teens are more likely to experience dating violence than any other age group. One in three teens in the U.S. will experience some form of dating violence from a romantic partner.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and Human Options is empowering teens to show respect and engage in healthy relationships.
Stand against teen dating violence by participating in our “Love Shouldn’t Hurt” campaign!
This year, our campaign includes resources and information for teens, parents and educators.
For Teens: For Parents: For Educators:
Campus Campaign Toolkit Parent Resource Guide Campus Campaign Toolkit
TDV Presentation Presentation for Parents Presentation for Educators
To download a copy of our campus campaign toolkit, click here.
To download a copy of our parents resource guide, click here.
To find a detailed descriptions of our presentations, click here.
To request any of our presentations or for more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (949) 737-5242, ext. 215.
Join us! Help Spread the Word:
- Find us on Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn and share our posts.
- Support our #LoveShouldntHurt campaign by changing your profile picture!
- Wear Orange Day is February 14th. Wear orange and post your pictures to social media using hashtags #LoveShouldntHurt, #TDVAM, #HumanOptions.
- Join us for our TDVA Instagram Live Broadcast on February 22nd from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m to discuss healthy and unhealthy teen dating relationships. Email your teen dating questions anonymously prior to our broadcast to email@example.com.