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Faith in Violence-Free Families: Building Partnerships for Change

This workbook is the companion piece to a workshop designed to encourage productive partnerships between advocates and faith based leaders to address and reduce domestic violence in communities.
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Framework for Developing School Policies to Address Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking

This guide will assist schools and school districts in developing comprehensive policies addressing healthy relationships and abuse intervention and response.
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Friendship

This resource page explores friendship for young people, exploring the importance of being one’s own friend, what friendship means, skills for being a good friend, and what a healthy friendship looks like.
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Primary Prevention Toolkit

The purpose of this toolkit is to share resources and knowledge that others have found useful in developing programs for primary prevention of intimate partner violence.
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Strong Girls: Friendships, Relationships & Self-Esteem

Within a Jewish context, this structured curriculum provides a safe place for teen girls to talk about dating and friendships. Available for purchase from Jewish Women International.
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Children and Respect

Author(s): Marilyn Ellis
This fact sheet talks about respect and what the term means, providing examples of respectful and disrespectful behaviors. This fact sheet is intended for families and people who work with families
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A Parent's Guide to Teen Dating Violence: 10 Questions to Start the Conversation

This guide provides suggestions to parents and guardians on how they can initiate a conversation with their teens about dating, dating violence, and healthy relationships.
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You, Me, Us _ Our People, Our Relationships

You, Me, Us _ Our People, Our Relationships is an initiative by OUTLINE NZ and Rainbow Youth with assistance and contribution from many fabulous members of our community. A booklet resource full of useful tips to creating healthy relationship, identifying unhealthy relationship and ways to get help and get out as well.
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Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit

The Speak.Act.Change Youth Advocacy Kit is a service-learning, youth activism program designed to complement any basic dating violence education curriculum. The program gives students the tools to protect themselves and their peers from dating violence.
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Dater's Bill of Rights

This one-page document lists individual rights within a dating relationship.
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A Domestic Violence Campus Organizing Guide for Health Professional Students and Faculty

This brief notes that health care providers receive inadequate training on domestic violence prevention, identification, and response, and presents guidelines for students to organize fellow students and faculty to initiate policy change.
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Lessons from Literature

This website provides free resources to help teachers incorporate violence prevention lessons into existing curricula. It suggests ways to use books and material already used in the classroom to facilitate discussion and build awareness about physical, verbal and sexual abuse.