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Learn how a supportive and caring adult can help a child overcome childhood trauma and exposure to violence.

The next frontier of #Me Too in the workplace is changing culture.

Victims of teen dating violence often keep the abuse a secret.

They should be encouraged to reach out to trusted adults like parents, teachers, school counselors, youth advisors, or health care providers.

Mark your calendar for September of 2020 for our 11th Annual Teen Dating Violence Summit. It can be challenging to find your voice when youโ€™re in a relationship with someone who hurts you or makes you feel bad.

Teen Summit offers parents and teens an improved understanding of the ingredients that make up respectful relationships, as well as how to recognize the warning signs and patterns of dating violence. It can also be difficult to know if a relationship is good for you or if there have been warning signs.They can also seek confidential counsel and advice from professionally trained adults and peers.Resources for teens involved in abusive relationships include the following: The National Domestic Violence Hotline 1.800.799.PADVโ€™s Teen Summit is a fun and interactive day full of workshops, giveaways and sensational performances that help youths navigate the mixed signals of dating, establish personal boundaries and understand whatโ€™s okay and whatโ€™s not in a relationship. It can be challenging to educate your adolescent on what a healthy, respectful and mutually empowering relationship looks like amidst a culture of contrary depictions.Education and early intervention are two of the primary ways to prevent intimate partner violence, both of which are provided with PADVโ€™s Teen Summit.Our national resource center, Workplaces Respond, features new resources for victims, co-workers, employers, and advocates to shift workplace culture from facilitating harassment and silence to promoting support, respect, and equity.