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Over 13,000 teens have so far completed the 7-dose curriculum in their health education class, increasing their knowledge about the warning signs of teen dating abuse, the definitions of sexual assault, the characteristics of a healthy relationship and how/where to get help.As a result of this information, 1,301 teens self-identified as victims of dating abuse, 263 disclosed controlling their dating partner and/or inflicting violence harm, and 650 teen victims reached out for advocacy and supportive services. Ongoing, confidential, and age-appropriate support and advocacy services for teen victims of dating abuse. Ongoing early interventions for teen perpetrators of dating abuse.WHAT: Teen Dating Abuse Prevention Program in Maricopa County, AZ POSITIONS: 2-3 Teen Victim Advocate Interns 2-3 Teen Perpetrator Intervention Specialist Interns WHERE: ARIZONA ONLY (Expansion to other states expected in 2017) Various High Schools and Community Organizations in Phoenix, Peoria, Glendale, Scottsdale Arizona WHEN: Required Training: September 23-25, 2016 Program Delivery: September 2016-May 2017 NEED: Adolescence is a time when an estimated 70% of youth become involved in romantic relationships.These early relationships are positive and healthy for most, but according to the Centers for Disease Control for 33% of youth they are abusive and violent. From 2013-2016, Go has responded to these crimes of dating abuse, sexual assault and domestic violence in adolescence through the delivery of our research-based, evidence-informed, 7-lesson, bloom365 outreach and awareness program in 10 Phoenix area partner schools.

But maybe it is also a good time for parents to check-in with their teenagers who may be involved in a romantic relationship.Studies show that children who are victimized or witness violence may carry this experience with them to the playground, classroom and later to teen relationships and ultimately adult intimate partner violence.As professionals, parents, educators, political and business leaders and other members of our local communities, we must teach about and model healthy, non-violent relationships.The fact is teen dating violence is often hidden and unreported.Not only do teens often lack the experience to navigate romantic relationships, they may also be unable to voice their feelings or communicate when emotional situations take a turn for the worse.

But maybe it is also a good time for parents to check-in with their teenagers who may be involved in a romantic relationship.Studies show that children who are victimized or witness violence may carry this experience with them to the playground, classroom and later to teen relationships and ultimately adult intimate partner violence.As professionals, parents, educators, political and business leaders and other members of our local communities, we must teach about and model healthy, non-violent relationships.The fact is teen dating violence is often hidden and unreported.Not only do teens often lack the experience to navigate romantic relationships, they may also be unable to voice their feelings or communicate when emotional situations take a turn for the worse.While the Nation’s understanding of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking has increased, so too has our awareness that these forms of violence affect all age groups and that violence within relationships often begins during adolescence.