Dating violence awareness month 2016 is dating in high school a waste of time
Love Shouldn’t Be, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, Texas Advocacy Project and SAFE have partnered with school districts in Travis, Bastrop, Hays and Williamson counties to prevent domestic violence and promote safe and healthy relationships.Read more August 29, 2016 ACTivate is a collaboration of Expect Respect and ZACH Theatre.
Read more May 23, 2017 All young people deserve to be treated with respect.
The Travis County Commissioners Court and the City of Austin designated February as "Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month" and urged all youth and adults to join in conversations about non-violent and safe relationships.
They also provide some content and inspiration for any education and awareness activities you have coming up!
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May 24 and 25, at 7pm Level Up: An Epic Relationship Adventure, tracks the journey of 4 teens who find one another and “create a new game” to escape their problems.
Through the framework of video games the characters find the skills they need to navigate challenges in their lives and relationships: Alex overcomes their extreme anxiety to find a community of supportive friends; Ray learns how to ask for help to seek safety from domestic violence threatening his home; Jade finds her voice to stand up to her girlfriend’s pressure to come out to her dad; and Zara discovers how to navigate the complexity of maintaining her Muslim heritage while embracing her identity as an American teenager.
The play explores how challenges with our families can complicate our dating and peer relationships.
Ultimately the characters discover the power of agency, community, allies, and assertive communication to address their problems and strengthen their relationships.
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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating