Tuesday, February 9, is known as “Go Orange Day” as orange is the awareness color for TDV! We extend an invitation for you to join us in wearing orange. Adorning yourself in orange on this day is a great and simple way for you to show support for TDV and spread awareness. You are only an outfit away from starting a necessary conversation about TDV. Make sure and show us how you choose to wear orange by tagging us on social media with the hashtags, #YouAreNotAloneDV, #tdvam, #NAMGoesOrange, #teendatingviolence
Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month is dedicated to spreading awareness. A great place to start is on social media, especially because it is free, easy, and is far-reaching. Show us how you are spreading awareness this TDVAM21.
Please join us this Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month in shattering the silence, raising awareness about this issue, and promoting safe and healthy relationships! While this is a month-long awareness campaign, the second week of the month is TDVAM’s Respect Week.
Respect Week is the second week of February and is dedicated to taking action. To honor this week, NAM's Family Violence Center has created short videos for each day of the week covering various topics to get teens inspired by the movement. The videos are short and to the point, but can have lasting impacts.
If you would like more information about teen dating violence or our Prevention Education programs please contact our Violence Prevention Educator, Marina Montemayor at [email protected] or our
Community Outreach Specialist, Cynthia Butler at [email protected] You can also click here for more information.