Teens are the key to ending TDV. Do you have the courage to be an ally for your peers and help create a future without violence?
Only ⅓ of teens who experience TDV report it, so your peers need your support and encouragement to get the help they need.
Step-up, and find the courage to be an active bystander, even if it means acting alone. You have the power to change the outcome of violent events.
Become educated on the warning signs of TDV and resources that you can share with any peers who might need them.
Join or start a Courage Club and help raise awareness and educate your peers and classmates about TDV.
Volunteer for events and activities that raise TDV awareness. If you're not sure where to look, please contact us to learn about teen volunteer opportunities in your community, or check out our event calendar.
What other ways can you think of to be an ally for your peers? Share your ideas with us!
Are you a survivor of TDV and feel your experience or insight might help teens who are currently in unhealthy or abusive relationships? Share your story on our website!