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Teen Dating Violence Publications and Other Resources
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There are many other organizations that have created brochures on different
topics for their communities. Other brochures are available on
the following websites:
Usted No Esta Sola, a fotonovela booklet on domestic
Novela Health Education
Northwest Communities Education Center
121 Sunnyside Ave
PO Box 800
Granger, WA 98932
Lo Que Toda Congregación Debe Saber Sobre la Violencia
Doméstica, plus many other inter-religious brochures that
can be purchased.
Faith Trust Institute
2400 N 45th Street #10
Seattle, WA 98103
Other brochures are available on the following websites:
* Alianza has not endorsed any of
the following materials, but lists it here for reference.
Other Educational Materials
Specialized Family Violence Information Packets:
Effects of Domestic Violence on Children
Especially for Survivors:
Managing Your Divorce: A Guide for Battered Women
Spanish version of Managing Your Divorce: A Guide for Battered Women
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody
P.O. Box 8970
Reno, NV 89507
Order on-line at www.ncjfcj.org
Teen Dating Violence Publications and/Other Resources
National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence http://www.ncdsv.org/publications_dateteenviolence.html
Connect, (Conexiones) Family Violence Prevention Fund, San Francisco, CA: Spring 2005 – a resource to engage kids in discussions about violence against women. For more information please visit www.connect-endabuse.org.
Dating Violence 101: Educating Youth about Dating Violence and Healthy Relationshipsis an innovative dating violence prevention tool (curriculum) developed by Break the Cycle for teachers, community members, and social service providers to educate teens about dating and domestic violence. This user-friendly curriculum comes with an instructor’s manual, flash cards, activities, and visual aids to provide an interactive educational experience for participants.
For more information go to www.breakthecycle.org. To place an order, please contact Break the Cycle at 310.286.3366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curbing Teen Dating Violence
Evidence from a School Prevention Program
By: Lisa H. Jaycox, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Beverly Weidmer Ocampo, Grant N. Marshall, Rebecca L. Collins, Laura J. Hickman, Denise D. Quigley
This research brief summarizes a survey about the effectiveness of programs from Break the Cycle, a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing and fielding dating-violence prevention programs.
For more information, please visit http://www.rand.org/pubs/research_briefs/RB9194/
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