Healthy Teen Relationship Act - Local School District Toolkit Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School!
is a practical resource created by Stop Sexual Assault in Schools (SSAIS) for families, schools, SARTs, and community organizations.
Asian women who became victims of domestic violence, lived within the confines of these barriers and remained unaware of the assistance they could avail from the outside world.
The inception of ATASK in 1992, created the fundamental link between the unrepresented Asian victims of domestic violence and available resources for the first time in the history of Massachusetts.
A Safe Place (Zion, IL) As the leading advocate for eliminating domestic violence in northern Illinois, A Safe Place provides information and training about domestic violence to students, professionals and the general community.
ATASK’s mission is to prevent domestic violence in Asian families and communities and to provide hope to survivors.
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could be the victim of dating abuse.
Physical violence includes assault of any kind, ranging from pinching, pushing, hitting, or slapping to choking, shooting, stabbing, and murder.
Verbal, emotional, mental, or psychological abuse is described as using words to criticize, demean, or otherwise decrease the confidence of the wife, husband, or other intimate partner victim.