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He ended up getting help through an Expect Respect Men’s Group and today calls himself a “father, husband, activist, ally, and men’s non-violence educator.” Follow him on twitter [email protected] Dad. Safe Place’s Expect Respect Program engages youth, parents, schools and communities in building healthy teen relationships and preventing dating abuse.
Anyone with a teen in their life has an opportunity to help them recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships – we just have to take the time.
Stephanie Carr, right, Executive Director of the Center Against Sexual announces a 0,000 grant aimed at intervening with children and young adults who have been victims, witnesses or show signs of becoming an abuser.
The CASFV is partnering with the El Paso Independent School District, Big Brothers Big Sisters of El Paso and the El Paso Child Guidance Center.
Castruita said teachers and counselors play a key role in getting students the resources they need to deal with trauma."In order for us to do the identification process, we have to work with our staff.
They have to recognize any signs of trauma, anything coming from a domestic violence situation," Castruita said.
As a young person in RI, you can learn how to recognize the signs of dating violence, online and off, and how to help people in your life who may be experiencing abuse. We were formed in 1979 to support and assist the domestic violence agencies in Rhode Island.Castruita said he wants to see the Youth Without Violence collaborative expand its services to other campuses but that will depend on additional funding sources and how the project fares in the next three years.The grant asked applicants how to address violence in youth, Castruita said.Today marks the first day of Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month (TDVAPM).This is a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in teen relationships.
The CASFV will also coordinate a public education campaign and will use social media, outreach events and advertisements to share information on available services with parents and the community.