Thanks for Joining the SPF 15 Campaign!

Thanks for Joining the SPF 15 Campaign!

This is a post from our National Youth Advisory Board (NYAB)

SPF15 (Safe Partners and Friends 2015), the social media awareness campaign launched by loveisrespect’s National Youth Advisory Board, has wrapped for the summer. ICYMI, the topics we covered over the past five weeks were:

  • Independence & Self-Esteem
  • Physical Safety
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Hooking Up
  • Helping a Friend

We reached more than 150,000 people on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which is so awesome! Thank you to everyone who participated for helping us raise awareness about dating abuse and building healthy relationships. Here are a few of our top posts:




Miss us already? Just search the hashtag #NYABSPF15 to read all the great info from the campaign.

Be sure to keep in touch and follow the NYAB, loveisrespect and Break the Cycle on social media:

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• Loveisrespect Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, YouTube
• Break the Cycle Twitter, Facebook, YouTube

Thanks again for making this campaign a success and creating communities of Safe Partners and Friends!

~ The National Youth Advisory Board

What is the NYAB?

The National Youth Advisory Board is a group of hardworking, dedicated and diverse individuals, ranging in age from 13 to 24. The NYAB works to empower others and promote healthy relationships.

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6 replies
    1. Hi Phillimon,

      Thanks so much for your comment! If you ever want to talk more about a relationship or have any concerns, feel free to reach out and talk with one of our advocates. We’re here 24/7 by phone (1.866.331.9474), online chat and text (Text: loveis to 22522).


      Advocate CC

  1. I have a few questions for this organization

    How many people do you tend to a day?

    Do you have offices that people can go to?

    What are your basic services that you offer to people?

    What is the problem that is most conmen when helping victims of sexual assault?

    How many males and females to attend to yearly?

    1. Andrew,

      Thank you so much for reaching out and for your interest in our organization, these are great questions! Love is Respect offers confidential support and information on healthy relationships and dating abuse via phone, text and chat 24/7. As a national resource, we don’t have a location where we provide in person services, but we do help people get connected to resources that do. We don’t have specific information available on our contacts as an agency but you will be able to find general statistics on dating abuse on our website. I would also definitely encourage you to explore the information on our website regarding the dynamics of healthy, unhealthy or abusive relationships in order to get more information for your research. Thanks again for reaching out, and feel free to contact us if you ever have questions or concerns in your own relationship.

      Take Care!

      Advocate RF

    1. Hi cinthya,

      Thank you so much for being a part of our online community! It sounds like the abusive behaviors shown in the article might be something you are experiencing. Please know that if someone in your life is choosing to be abusive toward you, it is not your fault and there is support for you. You deserve to be treated with respect, and to have a happy and safe relationship.

      I encourage you to reach out to us to talk about what you are going through. Our advocates are here 24/7 by phone (1.866.331.9474), online chat and text (text: loveis to 22522) to offer a safe place to talk.

      Take care,
      Advocate GR

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