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.
Take action and show Orange County teens that love shouldn’t hurt this February in honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM).
What is teen dating violence? Teen dating violence (TDV) is a pattern of behavior that includes physical, verbal, emotional and digital abuse, in a dating relationship.
TDV is an issue that impacts us all. Together, we can raise awareness and promote safe, healthy relationships.
Learn more in our teen toolkit!
Join us! Help Spread the Word:
- Wear Orange Day is February 12th. Wear orange and post your pictures to social media using hashtags #LoveShouldntHurt, #TDVAM, #HumanOptions.
- Save the date for #LoveIsOC Giving Day on February 12th! Help us reach our $10,000 goal in order to educate more teens on healthy relationships and end teen dating violence.
- Participate in our 4th Annual Love Shouldn’t Hurt Conference, learning more about healthy relationships in the digital age.
- Find us on Facebook • Twitter • Instagram • LinkedIn and share our posts.