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Youth Program

Domestic Violence Network is here for you, please use us as a resource. We have a six day (seventh day optional) healthy relationship program we can bring to your school or classroom, and are open to modifying as necessary. This free program focuses on kindness, shared values, the protective factors of healthy relationships, warning signs of unhealthy and abusive relationships, emotional intelligence, empathy, consent, inclusivity, identity, intersectionality, advocacy, allyship, and empowerment. Stay tuned for an updated outline of the program.


If you are not able to have us visit your school, but you would still like to learn more, the resources below will help you. We are all in this together, and we want to support you and your students as much as possible. Please do not hesitate to DVN as a resource. Thank you for everything you do for the youth in our community. We are inspired by you daily.

If you have questions along the way, please do not hesitate to email Lindsay Hill Stawick, Director of Programs.


Learn About Teen Relationships

DOE Teen Dating Abuse and Sexual Assault Materials

Healthy Relationship Middle School Educators Toolkit

Healthy Relationship High School Educators Toolkit


Educational Videos

Consent for Kids (elementary and middle school)

Tea Consent Clean (high school and college)

That’s Not Love (high school and college)

Radio Rookies: First Loves

Radio Rookies: What I Want

Title IX


The law requires institutions to respond to intimate partner violence, sexual violence or stalking that:

  • takes place on campus;
  • is connected to school programs; or
  • is perpetuated by anyone affiliated with the school

Off-campus misconduct matters as much as misconduct that occurs on campus, whether it takes place down the street, online, or overseas.

Applies to Students, Faculty, Staff, Subcontractors, Vendors, Guests, and Visitors.

Please visit our Title IX page to learn more.