The Helpline also has peer advocates available via live chat from p.m. If you need help or know someone who may need someone to talk to, please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224.
HHS Federal Dating Violence Awareness Events The Family Violence Prevention and Services Program in the Family and Youth Services Bureau strives to bring visibility to the work of advocates, the strength of victims, and the Federal initiatives addressing the issues of domestic violence, dating violence, and family violence every day.
This 24-hour national Web-based and telephone resource was created to help teens and young adults experiencing dating abuse, and is the only helpline in the country serving all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
Teen Dating Bill of Rights I have the right: - To always be treated with respect. - Respect my girlfriend's or boyfriend's decisions concerning sex and affection.
- Not be controlling or manipulative in my relationship.
National Domestic Violence Hotline The Hotline is a live voice on the line - here to help women and men in need.
A compassionate and caring voice - with people who want to help those who are in abusive relationships. It operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week in 170 languages connecting people in crisis to more than 5,000 sources of help in local communities across the US, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
Learn more about TDVAM events in your community with this handy calendar.
Help Someone Today If you or someone you know who is in an abusive dating relationship, free and confidential help is available 24 hours a day through the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline, 7 days a week at 866-331-9474, or TTY 1-866-331-8453. Confidential help is also available through the National Domestic Violence Hotline.By Parents for Parents Website designed for parents to share information on parenting teens.Articles are available for parents in the midst of struggle as well as those who have successfully navigated through their struggles.If you are the abuser, it is important for you to recognize your behavior and make changes.Speak honestly with a school counselor and with your partner.Each year, nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner.