Resources

Verizon supports ICADV Primary Prevention Initiatives

References

  • Break the Cycle.  Break the Cycle.  Web.  www.breakthecycle.org
  • Includes pages for parents, educators, policy makers, advocates, and the media.
  • Choose Respect.  Center for Disease Control.  Web.  www.cdc.gov/chooserespect
  • The Date Safe Project.  Date Safe Project.  Web.  www.datesafeproject.org
  • Give Respect.  Family Violence Prevention Fund.  Web.  www.giverespect.org
  • “Table Topics”
  • “10 Things Parents Can Do to Promote Healthy Relationships”
  • Love is Respect.  Liz Clairborne Inc.  Web.  www.loveisrespect.org
  • “A Parents Guide to TDV: 10 Questions to Start the Conversation.”
  • “A Parent’s Handbook:  How to Talk to Your Children About Developing Healthy Relationships”
  • The National Center for Victims of Crime Dating Violence Resource Center. Web. www.ncvc.org
  • Rhode Island Board of Regents.  A Guide to Preventing Bullying, Teen Dating Violence, and Sexual Violence in Rhode Island Schools. Rhode Island: 2008.
  • The Safe Space.  Break the Cycle.  Web.  www.thesafespace.org
  • “Talking With Your Kids About Tough Issues.”  The Children’s Movement. Children Now.  Web.  http://www.childrennow.org/index.php/learn/talking_with_kids
  • Teen Dating Violence. National Center on Domestic and Sexual Violence. Web. http://www.ncdsv.org/publications_dateteenviolence.html
  • That’s Not Cool.  “Where do you draw your digital line?” Web. www.thatsnotcool.com