Young people need to lead the cultural change necessary to end dating abuse. Help get these conversation started!
Break the Cycle has 1,000 copies of our new loveisrespect Start Talking toolkit to help you get young people talking about healthy relationships and encourage them to take an active role in improving their community.
The curriculum focuses on relationship skill development, media influence on teens’ perceptions, the experiences of survivors of abuse and peer-led awareness activities. Our curriculum meets National Health Education Standards plus individual health and life skill standards for Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
This opportunity is open to everyone in Illinois, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Texas, thanks to our partners Health Care Service Corporation and its Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans. So please pass along to anyone in your network who you think may be interested.