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Teen Dating Violence: What Parents Need to Know – AFTERNOON Session

February 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Dating violence in teen relationships is a rapidly growing problem in the United States, with approximately 25% of US teens reporting having experienced some form of abuse in a romantic relationship. Preventing teen dating violence starts at home, with parents & caregivers play a pivotal role identifying and intervening in abuse. This training aims to teach parents and caregivers about the different types of dating violence, identifying warning signs, and how to initiate conversations with teens around healthy and unhealthy relationships.


PLEASE NOTE: This training is being offered three different days/times in order to accommodate parent and caregiver schedules. This registration is for the AFTERNOON SESSION on 2/28/24.



Danielle Mills

Accommodations available upon request:

Interpretation/Translation; please specify language
Large Print
Other, please specify
If you live in a rural community and have internet connectivity issues, you may request a mailed copy of this training. Please explain your need for a mailed copy.
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Register at the link below.


February 28
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm