What is No2DatingAbuse?

No2DatingAbuse promotes dating abuse prevention through awareness, education, engagement, and leadership. Dating abuse affects 1 in 3 teens. It is a pattern of controlling or coercive behavior, which may include emotional, sexual, or physical violence. In an abusive relationship, one person uses fear and intimidation to gain power over their partner. Dating abuse can happen between teens and young adults of any race, ethnicity, income level, education level, gender, or sexuality.


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Topics of discussion

No2DatingAbuse workshops teach students, parents, and the community about the warning signs of dating abuse and how to have healthier relationships. Topics include: healthy ways to end relationships, the importance of boundaries, and what's healthy when it comes to sex. 

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Our 11th Annual Teens for Healthy Relationships Conference is happening on Thursday, February 1 at Drew University! We can't wait to see you there. If you have any questions, contact Maddie Hahn at [email protected]