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Adolescent Relationship Abuse & Sexual Assault

If we want to transform our communities and out-think adolescent relationship abuse and sexual assault, we need more than fresh ideas: we need individuals and communities who are driven to create change.

1 in 5 women who experience rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner, first experienced some form of violence between 11 and 17 years of age. And almost half of all female victims who have been raped experienced their first rape before age 18. (Centers for Disease Control, 2011).

Embrace adolescents and change the future. Young people need the knowledge and skills for healthy relationships and positive bystander skills as a way to end adolescent relationship abuse and abuse later in life. Most importantly, young people need to be part of the solution.


Building Capacity

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