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A Dangerous Love-What you should know about Teen Dating Violence / Un Amor Peligroso-QueTienes que Saber Sobre la Violencia en el Noviazgo entre Jóvenes (English & Spanish)

Teens experience many levels of violence in their dating relationships, but not all of them recognize the warning signs. This brochure was designed to help teens and the people who care about them understand, identify and get help for relationship abuse.

To print this PDF: Set printer to "Short Edge Top-2 Sided-Booklet".

Safety Plan (English)

This safety plan can help prepare you and reduce the risk of physical harm if you plan to leave your relationship. It helps you to know the options that are available to you and to know what to do in case of an emergency. Having a plan can also help to avoid or reduce the impact of the violence, even if you decide to remain in the home.

Un Plan de Seguridad para la Mujer Maltratada (Spanish)

El plan de seguridad es una manera de prepararse y disminuir el riesgo que existe dentro de una relación violenta. Además le sirve para conocer cuáles alternativas tiene para solucionar su problema y para saber qué va a hacer en caso de emergencia. Tener hecho un plan también puede ayudar a evitar o disminuir algunos de los efectos de la violencia, aunque decida seguir en la casa.