Women between the ages of 12-24 are at the highest risk for sexual violence. Appropriately, the majority of sexual violence prevention efforts focus on educating teens about healthy relationships and sexuality, as well as consent, oppression, and media literacy. Making resources available to assist teens who may have already experienced sexual violence is also necessary. Below are resources for local agencies that are or are planning to work with teens.


Links for Teens

STRYVE by the CDC Youth violence prevention
Stop Family Violence Youth violence prevention
Stop Bullying Now Bullying/Cyberbullying
Liz Claiborne Inc. TDV/Healthy relationships
That’s Not Cool TDV/harrassment/stalking
Liz Claiborne Inc. TDV
My Strength Engaging Men
End Abuse Violence Prevention
Text Ed Teens/Texting/Sexting/Cyberspace
Choose Respect Healthy Relationships information
Know More. Say More. Violence Against Women Website
Reach Out  Helping teens live happier lives
Kaleidoscope Youth Center LGBTQI Teens
Break The Cycle Social media and teens


Click HERE  to be directed to the The Ohio Domestic Violence Network “Information for Teens” page, which includes information about warning signs for dating violence, safety planning, HB10 and HB10, and healthy relationships for teens.


Hotlines for Teens:

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)
The nation’s largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1.800.656.HOPE and the National Sexual Assault Online Hotline

Love is Respect

Teen Relationships

National Runaway Switchboard
Phone: 773-880-9860 / 800-621-4000
3080 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657

National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline
Hotline: 866—331-9474 / TTY 866-331-8453

Hate-Crime National Hotline, The Anti-Violence Project
Hotline: 208-246-2292