Public Awareness

TDVAPM 2016 Campaign

 

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Check back for more campaign graphics representing the diversity of communities affected by dating violence!

Get the facts here.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness & Prevention Month. 

In NJ, we are focused on teaching young people that dating violence affects everyone: survivors, bystanders and their friends, teachers and family members. Throughout the month we will share information about dating violence, what is it, and how you can learn to recognize it and either help or get help. In talking to teens, it’s not always clear what is healthy and what is not. Dating relationships are a new part of life and it can be really hard to know what the boundaries are.

  • How much texting is too much?  
  • How much “togetherness” is too much and,
  • How fast is too fast to get serious?

Something to look out for is how scared someone or some action makes you feel. It’s important to pay attention to those feelings, whether felt by the person in the relationship or whether observed by someone else who cares. With that in mind…

 

Where Do You Draw the Line?

Share – via video – what you think are healthy behaviors, not so healthy behaviors, and ones that make you go hmmmm. We’ll take them and create something to help others understand what it looks like to be in a balanced, happy and healthy relationship. Be part of the process with us. The story can be short or long and be as simple or creative as you’d like. If you have any questions, you may contact cwilliams@njcedv.org.

Submit your video here.

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TDVAPM 2016 Community Spotlight

 

Program Spotlight

Say No2DatingViolence: Yellow Card Campaign

 

Partner Spotlight

Get Dating Violence Facts

 

Survivor Spotlight

Jenna’s Story: Broken Boundaries, Broken Trust

TDVAPM 2016 Calendar of Events

 

Join LoveIsRespect.org to raise awareness and promote the fundamentals of healthy relationships. The theme for TDVAM 2016 is “Setting Healthy Boundaries,” with events lined up all month to support the message.

Respect Week will be the big push, from February 8-12. See the Week of Action Schedule to find out how you can share awareness!

If you have an event, please let us know and we can share. We’ll be posting more  here throughout the month. Stay tuned!

 

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TDVAPM 2016 Week of Action

 

2/4 – 7 p.m. EST – Twitter Chat: “Love=Setting Boundaries.” Join the conversation at #teenDVchat

2/9 – Wear Orange Day #orange4love

2/12 – Join the Love is Respect Thunderclap – You can help spread awareness on your own social media!

2/18 – 3 p.m. EST – Twitter Chat: “A Deeper Look at Boundaries.” Join the conversation at #teenDVchat

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Past Campaigns

DVAM 2015 & NJCEDV Launch

 

On Thursday, October 1, 2015 the New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women became the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence.

Advocates, survivors and supporters, along with state officials and politicians, began Domestic Violence Awareness Month with a special press conference and community gathering to celebrate this change for the organization nearly 40 years after its inception.

Read the release here.

And do check out the phenomenal photos taken by staff photographer Sarah Carson!

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Wednesday, October 14, 2015 will be recognized as Health Cares About Domestic Violence Day in New Jersey.

Check out the new Health Cares About DV Flyer and share!

Get the complete SAFE Trifold Brochure here.

Official Proclamation:

“Whereas, October marks the occasion of Domestic Violence Awareness Month in the Garden State, the Senate and the General Assembly of the State of New Jersey are pleased to note the occurance of Health Cares About Domestic and Violence Day on October 14, 2015; and

“Whereas, The Health Cares About Domestic and Sexual Violence Day event is being held to bring increased awareness of the impact of Domestic and Sexual Violence on health and to recognize the importance of healthcare providers by screening their patients for Domestic and Sexual Violence and providing trauma-sensitive care” #endDVinNJ

It’s been a busy month for us at the New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence. We’ve launched our new name, logo and responsive website. On 10/14 we recognized Health Cares About Domestic & Sexual Violence Day in NJ and now we are participating in the National Network to End Domestic Violence Week of Action. Visit NNEDV’s site to learn more about specific daily activities. Check below to see what we’re doing in NJ.

  • 10/19 – How did you help a friend? Share your bystander story with us and we’ll post.
  • 10/20 – Join the NNEDV Twitter Chat. Share a housing concern in NJ and we can feature it in an upcoming e-newsletter.
  • 10/21 – Support the work…donate today and help us reach our goal for the week!
  • 10/22 – Join NJCEDV & our members for #PurpleThursday!
  • 10/23 – Domestic violence and the workplace: support the NJ Earned Sick & Safe Days bill (A2354/S785).

More details to come later in the week.

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Coming very soon…

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DVAM 2015 Campaign Designs

Get and share our DVAM 2015 “EVERYONE” #endDVinNJ campaign billboard and social media covers in our gallery.

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