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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Roughly 1 in 3 teens experience some form of abuse in their relationship.

Any teen experiencing abuse in their relationship is 1 too many.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM) and every year, DVSSP joins teens across the country in raising awareness about teen dating violence and starting a conversation about how we can all work together to prevent it.

Get Involved


Love Is Respect has created toolkits to help you get involved in TDVAM.

Locally, you can get involved by:

  • Wearing orange on Wear Orange for Love Day on February 6th. 
  • Share your photos with us on social media by using #DVSSP.
  • Ask your school to dedicate a bulletin board to Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and work with other students to create the decorations for the bulletin board.
  • Participate in our Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month video contest.
  • Participate in these calendar of events 

Schedule a presentation on teen dating violence

Contact DVSSP at 724-223-5477 or at You can also request a teen dating violence brochure to help others learn about the topic.

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Click on this image to download this action guide.
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