How to help victims of dating violence
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Teen dating abuse can include: It is important for parent(s) to know whom your teens are dating and to talk with them about healthy relationships.
Keep in mind that some teens may mistake attention as expressions of love when in fact they are warning signs of control.
Information for parents can be found in our downloadable brochure or by contacting our Training Coordinator at (614) 722-8308.
Dating violence, or teen dating abuse, is about the power and control that one person uses against a partner.