Adults can play a powerful role in stopping teen dating violence. Learn more about how to prevent and stop dating violence in your community here.
Healthy Teen Relationships Workshop
To request a workshop or resources, contact the Violence Prevention Program at [email protected].
Participate in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Dating Matters 60-minute online training to learn strategies to promote healthy teen relationships.
Contact the Public Health’s Violence Prevention Program to request technical assistance to support a capacity assessment in your school district.
A Parent’s Guide To Teen Dating Violence: start an open and honest discussion about teen dating violence and healthy relationships with your teen.
Show the locally produced Love is… videos on TV monitors in waiting rooms, lobbies, classroom presentations, and other common areas.
Start Strong - School Climate and District Policies:
Review model policies developed for school districts throughout the U.S. as part of the national Start Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships Initiative.
- Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
- What You Can Do
- Intimate Partner Violence Quick Facts Sheet
- Safe Chat Silicon Valley
- AACI Asian Women’s Home
- Community Solutions
- Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence
- YWCA Silicon Valley
- Veto Violence
- Futures Without Violence