February Is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and the theme for this year’s campaign is Talk About It.
Nearly one in three women globally experience violence according to a new report from the World Health Organization.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, and the 2021 themes include “Know Your Worth” and #1Thing.
It is important that service providers understand the connections between sexual violence and housing.
Sexual assault may directly impact whether a survivor has access to basic needs, such as a place to live.
Advocates working with youth can use these resources to promote healthy relationships and consent with the young people they work with.
Child sexual abuse is a major public health problem, but it can be prevented.
New sexual assault data shows an increase in self-reports and a decrease in reporting to police.
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. This round-up provides resources for advocates to help educate teens about teen dating violence.
NSVRC partnered with retired sex crimes detective Justin Boardman to bring you a series of webinars called “Through the Lens of Law Enforcement.”