Alameda County Public Health Department will continue to be a leader in teen dating violence prevention through Dating Matters: Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention is a free 60-minute, interactive training designed to help educators, youth-serving organizations, and others working with teens understand the risk factors and warning signs associated with teen dating violence.Dating Matters takes place in a virtual school setting, complete with navigation through school hallways and classrooms.She wants to call to everyone’s attention that teens can experience violence and all types of abuse in their dating relationships – including teens from Christian families and Christian schools.
However, these activities vary greatly in quality and effectiveness. These successful initiatives build on community mobilization, outreach, public education, faith-based leader involvement, and criminal justice participation, which will set the stage for preventing teen dating violence in Dating Matters in Baltimore City contact: Aisha Burgess Interim Program Director Dating Matters Initiative Baltimore City Health Department Office of Youth Violence Prevention1001 E.
Fayette Street Baltimore, Maryland 21202(410) 396-2206 Office(410) 218-3447 Cell Aisha. Chicago’s experience in youth violence prevention, through the National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention, and adolescent health, through the Illinois Caucus on Adolescent Health make them ideally suited to lead Dating Matters in their community.
focuses on 11– to 14–year–olds in high-risk, urban communities.
It includes preventive strategies for individuals, peers, families, schools, and neighborhoods.
In particular, Broward County engaged parents, youth, and community leaders in the Youth Anti-Violence Coalition.