There are specific warning signs that may indicate your teen is in an abusive relationship.
Different people in your teen’s life (teachers, coaches, friends and other family members) may each notice warning signs in your teen and their dating partner.
Even when teens recognize that they are being abused, they may hesitate to turn to adults for support, understanding, and protection.
In a 2014 survey, 20% of teens report they've been the victim or perpetrator of physical or sexual abuse.
REACH offers help to teen survivors and concerned adults through our supportive services.
If you would like to talk about what is going on in your child’s relationship, call our free 24-hour hotline at .
It’s mission is to promote dynamic educational programs, particularly those in the areas of the development of healthy teen relationships, the arts and community service.
SBHCs can find resources on this website as well as download free, powerful campaign posters.
Start Relating Before They Start Dating is an online guide of the initiative for parents to find information and tools to talk with their kids about healthy relationships.
60% say that psychological abuse has occurred in their relationships.
According to teens themselves in a 2009 survey: How do you know what to do when someone confides in you?