OVW Rural Technical Assistance — Center for Healthy Teen Relationships
The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships provides technical assistance for the prevention of adolescent relationship abuse, stalking, and sexual assault for Office on Violence Against Women’s (OVW) Rural grantees.
The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships offers on-site training and capacity building, provides youth-led communications materials to Rural grantees through its statewide initiative, hosts and conducts TeenThreads, which are web-based trainings, on topics that inform the work and build capacity of OVW Rural grantees to create a catalytic collaboration to engage and educate youth, engage and educate parents and caregivers, educators, and other important youth-influencers, develop model policy, and create youth-led communications and positive social norms marketing.
Learn about the 2015 Our Gender Revolution campaign materials – posters, brochures, vinyl clings, and more – for your community or school here.
The Idaho Coalition Center for Healthy Teen Relationships works to build the capacity of OVW Rural grantees to design and implement multifaceted primary prevention programs through technical assistance and training.
- OVW Rural Technical Assistance Webinars
- Our Gender Revolution Conversation Guide Webinar; Kelly Miller and Melissa Ruth, Idaho Coalition Against Sexual and Domestic Violence—February 19, 2015
- #MoreThanARainbow—Indigenous Activism and Organizing in Sexuality, Gender Fabulousness, and Beyond; Native Youth Sexual Health Network—November 7, 2014. Click here to request the passcode to view the webinar recording
- #ItStartsWithUs: Indigenous Youth Activism on Human Rights and Community Organizing; Native Youth Sexual Health Network—October 29, 2014. Click here to request the passcode to view the webinar recording.
- Understanding the Impact of Historical Trauma on Indigenous Youth; Native Youth Sexual Health Network — October 20, 2014. Click here to request the passcode to view the webinar recording.
- Engaging Parents and Caregivers to Navigate the Changing Currents in Adolescent Relationships; Melissa Ruth, MS, LCPC – May 23, 2013
- The Amazing Adolescent Brain: What Every Educator and Youth Serving Professional Needs to Know; Linda Chamberlain, PhD, MPH, April 17, 2013
- Be Awesome at Social Media!; Kate Reilly, MPH – March 26, 2013
- Supporting LGBT Youth; Shannon Perez-Darby – February 25, 2013
- Effectively Engaging & Educating Youth; Casey Corcoran, MAT – February 5, 2013
To learn more contact Brandy Selover at .
Idaho Coalition Advisors
- Linda Chamberlain, PhD MPH, Director of the Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project, is an epidemiologist specializing in adolescent brain development.
- David S. Lee, MPH, Director of Prevention Services at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA), manages Prevention Connection and CALCASA technical assistance on prevention to California Rape Crisis Centers, including the MyStrength campaign.
- Debbie Lee, Senior Vice President for the Futures Without Violence, is the Deputy Director, National Program Office Start Strong: Building Healthy Teen Relationships.
- Casey Corcoran, M.Ed., Project Director, Futures Without Violence, Engaging Men, and former Director of the Start Strong Initiative at the Boston Public Health Commission, has worked on comprehensive community-based interventions.
- Barri Rosenbluth, LCSW, Director of the SafePlace “Expect Respect” Program and Start Strong Austin, has 20 years of experience developing curricula and school policy and coauthored the Expect Respect Program Manual, Date Smart/ Boys and Girls Clubs of America; Love: All That and More for the FaithTrust Institute, and contributed to Choose Respect.