Adolescent Intimate Partner Violence Resources
Choose Respect. http://www.chooserespect.com. Choose Respect is a recently unveiled prevention program funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that promotes respect by all involved in schools from administration to students.
Expect Respect: A School-Based Program Promoting Safe and Healthy Relationships for Youth. Developed by SafePlace, P.O. Box 19454, Austin, TX 78760, Phone: (512) 445-5776 and published by National Resource Center on Domestic Violence.
Getting Ready to Teach. http://www.lessonsfromliterature.org/gettingready.html. This web site is hosted by Lessons from the Literature: Family Violence Prevention Fund.
Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt Teens. http://www.apa.org/pi/pii/teen/homepage.html. This site designed by the American Psychological Association provides information for adolescents about abuse and respect in dating relationships and how to get help for self and friends.
Love is Not Abuse. http://www.loveisnotabuse.com. Love is Not Abuse. This web site, hosted by Liz Claiborne, addresses domestic violence, and includes a section designed specifically for adolescents.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center. http://www.nsvrc.org. This web site houses information and resources regarding all aspects of sexual violence. The NSVRC works to address the causes and impact of sexual violence through collaboration, prevention efforts and the distribution of resources.
National Youth Violence Prevention Resource Center. http://www.safeyouth.org. This web site is a federal resource for communities working to prevent violence committed by and against young people.
RAPP (Relationship Abuse Prevention Project): A Domestic Violence Education and Prevention Curriculum for High School Students. Marin Abused Women’s Services. Phone: (415) 457-2464.
Safe DATES: An Adolescent Dating Abuse Prevention Curriculum, for middle and high school students; Foshee and Langwick; Hazeleden 2004.
See It and Stop It. http://www.seeitandstopit.org. This web site is hosted by the Family Violence Prevention Fund and the Ad Council to help prevent relationship violence.