San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Today’s media offers countless interpretations of sexuality, dating and relationships. It’s no wonder, then, that it can be challenging for teens and families to understand what a healthy, respectful and mutually empowering relationship really looks like.
The 7th Annual Teen Summit, produced by the Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV), will help young people and their parents find and use their voices—learning what the mixed signals of the dating game really mean, setting boundaries, and developing the foundations on which healthy relationships are built.
PADV’s 2016 Teen Summit will be an interactive experience including prizes, giveaways and sensational performances. It also provides two workshop tracks, one for teens and one for adults. Adults will learn how to identify the warning signs of unhealthy teen relationships and how to effectively address them. Stay tuned for more details!
For more information on PADV or the 2016 Teens Against Dating Violence Summit, visit www.PADV.org
Georgia has the third highest rate of teen dating violence in the U.S. and 68% of teens do not confide in their parents about the abuse.
When & Where
Partnership Against Domestic Violence
Since 1975, Partnership Against Domestic Violence, the largest nonprofit domestic violence organization in Georgia, has provided professional, compassionate, and empowering support to battered women and their children in metro Atlanta. PADV provides year-long dating violence prevention education through our 6 session healthy relationships curriculum and teen dating violence 101 presentations. In Georgia, 1 in 8 teens has experienced physical abuse in a dating relationship.