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Gently used jeans may be placed in orange collection boxes at the youth center, chapel office and medical clinic for distribution to teen shelters in the San Antonio community.“Parents can talk to their teens about healthy relationships,” Padilla said.
“In addition, teachers can hold classroom discussions about dating violence and prevention or invite speakers to talk about these issues, and schools can create policies that support healthy relationships and involve student voices.”When parents are involved in their children’s lives, not only can they advise their children about healthy relationships, they can tell when something’s wrong by observing their children’s behavior or physical appearance, Nance said.
Findings from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey show that sexual violence is common in both male and female youth, and usually is committed by someone the victim knows.
Young people need to learn what healthy relationships look like and the importance of speaking up if dating violence occurs.
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Army illustration by Karin Martinez) (Photo by Karin Martinez) JBSA will observe Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month with activities that include “Wear Orange” day at the three main JBSA locations, an information table at JBSA-Lackland and a program titled “In Their Shoes” at JBSA-Randolph.Nearly 10 percent of high school students report having experienced either physical dating violence or sexual dating violence.