Peer to Peer Teen Dating Violence Prevention Training

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Peer to Peer Training and Engagement around the issue of teen dating violence and abuse

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Peer to Peer Teen Dating Violence Prevention Training

  1. 1. TEEN DATINGPEER MENTOR TRAINING VOL. 1
  2. 2.  Nearly 1 in 5 teenage girls who have been in a relationship said a boyfriend threatened violence or self-harm if presented with a breakup (*Domestic Violence Statistics, 2011) Black and Hispanic girls ages 15-18 experience the most instances of dating violence (Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2009) Men who as children witnessed their parents’ domestic violence were twice as likely to abuse their own wives than sons of nonviolent parent (*Domestic Violence Statistics, 2011) 40% Increase in teen dating violence in Miami Dade County since 2001 (Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 2001-2009)*Website: Domestic Violence Statistics: http://domesticviolencestatistics.org/domestic-violence-statistics/
  3. 3.  MOTIVATED STUDENTS WHO ATTEND A MIAMI-DADE SCHOOL AND DESIRE TO SEE TEEN DATING PREVENTION POLICIES AND PRACTICES IMPLEMENTED WITHIN THE TEACHING CURRICULUM MEMBERS OF THE COMMUNITY WHO DESIRE TO CREATE HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS AMOUNGST PARTNERSHIPS, FRIENDSHIPS, AND FOLLOWSHIPS CHANGE AGENTS AND LEADERS OF LOCAL,STATE, AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WHO DESIRE SAFETY AND FREEDOM OF CHOICE REGARDLESS OF GENDER,CREED,OR ETHICITY
  4. 4.  MENTOR OTHERS [PEERS] ON HOW TO IDENTIFY AN ADOPT AWARENESS SKILLS IN TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION SPREAD THE WORD BY GETTING FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO SIGN THE PETITION IN SUPPORT OF TEEN DATING PREVENTION
  5. 5.  MENTOR OTHERS [PEERS] ON HOW TO IDENTIFY AN ADOPT AWARENESS SKILLS IN TEEN DATING VIOLENCE PREVENTION ENCOURAGE OTHERS TO SHARE IN A HEALTHY RELATIONSHIP WITH PARTNERS AND FRIENDS
  6. 6. MOTHER I HEAR YOUMother I hear youAre you listening to me my child?Yes I hearYou are a strong black womanHold your head up my childDon’t ever stand around and take this beatingStand up my childMother I heard youAre you listening my childYes I am Listening-Brianna, Age 17
  7. 7.  Dade-County Domestic Violence HotLine: 305-758-2546 or 305-247-4249  National Domestic Violence HotLine: 1−800−799−SAFE(7233)  Urgent Inc. (Reproductive Justice): 786-439-1544 911
  8. 8. The Campaign for Girls Well-Being is Supported By

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