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Advocate for change at your school or community by becoming a That’s Not Cool Ambassador or Adult Ally.
Now That’s Something Serious” ~ These were the words of a Meadowcreek High School student as she walked by a resource table during her lunch period on Valentine’s Day.
Interested in joining Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV)’s TADV Advisory Board during the 2017-2018 school year?
Register for #PADV’s 8th Annual Teen Summit on March 25th, 2017 and chat with and see PADV’s TADV Advisory Board members in action across the day’s events!
You can learn more about PADV’s teen programming via org or by calling 404-870-9600.
Claire Lisco is a Teen Empowerment Advocate with the Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV).
In one of her posts, Brooke wrote:“1 in 10 high school students have been purposefully hit, slapped or physically abused by a boyfriend or girlfriend.
That doesn’t even include sexual, verbal, and mental abuse.
PADV is the largest nonprofit domestic violence organization in Georgia, and since 1977, has worked passionately to end the crime of intimate partner violence and empower its survivors.
For more information call 404-870-9600 or visit org.
Relationship abuse is often associated with domestic violence.
But violence doesn’t only take place among partners who are married; abuse is also prevalent among partners who are dating.
Brooke, TADV Advisory Board member and Cross Keys High School student, also led a number of Wear Orange Day activities at her school.