College dating violence programs

09 Dec

Break the Cycle is proud to have been granted the Love is Not Abuse campaign from Fifth and Pacific (formerly Liz Claiborne, Inc.).

Advocates are available by appointment at high, middle, or elementary schools.Bringing in the Bystander Campaign (webpage) Using a bystander intervention approach combined with a research component, this program assumes that everyone has a role to play in prevention.The research component measures how effective the program is within different communities. It emphasizes use of digital and social media to help confront harassing and violent public behaviors.School-Based Advocates facilitate groups of students who wish to build self-esteem and learn fun and useful skills in building healthy relationships.Often times these groups are created and co-facilitated with a school staff person.