It takes each of us – individuals, schools, and community organizations to build a violence-free Texas.
Our prevention team supports the efforts of local programs across the state and works to create an environment in Texas in which all can work collaboratively to stop domestic violence once and for all.
We also offer resources, trainings, webinars and consultations to support prevention workers, teachers, school officials, young people and allied communities.
HB 5246 (2010): Requires the Commissioner of Public Health to develop one public service announcement issued by the Department of Public Health through a televised broadcast for the purpose of preventing teen dating and family violence.
Delaware: SCR 21 (2009) establishes a teen dating violence task force to evaluate and make recommendations on policies for education on teen dating violence.
Join our webinar to learn more about innovative work being done in the field of teen dating violence prevention and to gain some tools for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Learning Objectives: Presenters: Eleanor Davis, Program Assistant, Public Education Campaigns and Programs, Futures Without Violence Yesenia Gorbea, Program Specialist, Public Education Campaigns and Programs, Futures Without Violence SAN FRANCISCO (April 27, 2016) – Futures Without Violence (FUTURES) announced today that it received its first Webby Award for That’s Not Cool, a website aimed at preventing teen dating violence and digital abuse.
TCFV’s prevention team is available to support your program with targeted technical assistance, resources, and the tools your program will need to make your prevention programming fly.
The prevention team includes expertise in a variety of areas: program planning and evaluation; fundamental primary prevention theory and practice; curriculum building; parent engagement; arts programming for prevention; facilitation and community engagement; and engaging men and boys.
New Hope for Women offers school-based prevention and intervention programs that aim toward building healthy relationships and reducing the harmful impact of domestic and dating violence.