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Deming Kari Meredith of the New Mexico Attorney General’s Office presenting a workshop on Teen Dating Violence and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking. The Impact of Dating and Sexual Violence Among Youth This workshop examines dating and sexual violence among youth where the participants develop a common understanding of teen dating violence (TDV).

The afternoon will feature a workshop with Jordon Johnson from All Families Matter on creating inclusive spaces for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. The workshop explores the different types of dating violence, signs that a teen is in a violent relationship and ways the teens handle these relationships.

Parents were urged to be leaders in their families by modeling healthy relationships, and were taught skills in intervening, should they ever suspect teen dating violence occurring in their home or the home of peers.

Click on the following links for details and registration (event is free).They provided over 20 presentations, reaching approximately 674 students, faculty, and community members.The community educators focused on teaching middle and high school students, educators, and parents how to be social leaders through what is called the “Bystander Approach.” They sought to empower the most influential and involved students through their LAB workshop (Leaders as Active Bystanders).If we continue to empower young people to be upstanding citizens, we will see the cycle of domestic violence and its horrific statistics begin to decline.The Costa Mesa Family Resource Center (CMFRC) also held its first annual that involved over 80 parents and their teens in the journey to building and living healthy relationships.

Click on the following links for details and registration (event is free).

They provided over 20 presentations, reaching approximately 674 students, faculty, and community members.

The community educators focused on teaching middle and high school students, educators, and parents how to be social leaders through what is called the “Bystander Approach.” They sought to empower the most influential and involved students through their LAB workshop (Leaders as Active Bystanders).

If we continue to empower young people to be upstanding citizens, we will see the cycle of domestic violence and its horrific statistics begin to decline.

The Costa Mesa Family Resource Center (CMFRC) also held its first annual that involved over 80 parents and their teens in the journey to building and living healthy relationships.

This one-of-a-kind workshop empowered over 100 Irvine High School football players, cheerleaders, and student body leaders on how to confront abusive peers and set good examples for fellow students and younger generations.