What is Teen Dating Violence?
Teen Dating Violence (TDV) can include physical, psychological or sexual abuse; harassment; or stalking of any person ages 12 to 18 in the context of a past or present romantic or consensual relationship.
How To Be An Ally
– Schedule a Free Training about TDV and receive a binder of resources, and a step by step guide on how to handle a TDV discloser.
– Work with administration to update your school’s handbook policies around TDV. One of our Prevention Coordinators can also assist with recommended policies updates.
– Conduct a School Mapping exercise with your students.
– Contact us about administering a School Climate Survey.
Title IX protects all people under any education program or activity from an institution that gets Federal financial funds. Title IX says, on the basis of sex, no one can
-excluded from participation
– denied the benefits of
-be discriminated against
said education program or activity.
Title IX extends BEYOND sporting arenas and can be applied in instances of dating and sexual violence. WE are not experts in Title IX nor lawyers; but we will support you in finding answers. Explore the links below or connect with us to ask your questions.
Know Your IX
Nine Ways title IX Protects High School Students
U.S. Department of Education: Know Your Rights
Join Us in Raising Awareness and Ending Teen Dating Violence
Experiencing Dating Violence?
1 in 3 women, 1 in 4 men, and 1 in 3 teens
experience an abusive relationship.
You are not alone.
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PO Box 235
Batesville, Indiana 47006
This project is supported in part (or in whole) by grant, 03215VAGX006403 from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute. Views contained herein are those of the author and do not represent the position of USDOJ or ICJI.
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