Verizon Foundation partnership a critical factor in program’s success. What is LOVE, a non-profit organization, has an evidence-based curriculum providing Santa Barbara County schools vital dating violence prevention. Santa Barbara (October 2016) What Is LOVE, is pleased to announce receiving a $25,000 grant from Verizon Foundation Hopeline Campaign. Heidi Flato,
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PRESS RELEASE! (January 2016) Verizon Foundation grants What is LOVE $10,000 Foundation partnership a critical factor in program’s success. What is LOVE, a non-profit organization, has a proven curriculum providing community schools essential dating violence prevention. What Is LOVE, is pleased to announce receiving a $10,000 grant from Verizon Foundation.
5 TIPS FOR PARENTS ABOUT TEEN DATING ONE: COMMUNICATE– Start talking to your teen well before they start dating. 72% of 7th graders report they are dating. TWO: LEAD BY EXAMPLE– Teen’s primary influence about dating is what they learn at home. THREE: PAY ATTENTION– The second biggest dating influence
KCRW highlights the work of What is Love school programs in the article “Confronting sexual abuse, in high school”
Hear the full audio interview with What is Love Founder Christy Haynes below and also read the full article on KCRW’s website: http://blogs.kcrw.com/whichwayla/2015/06/confronting-sexual-abuse-in-high-school
FREE PARENT & TEEN WORKSHOP: Thursday, April 23 at 6PM, Faulkner Gallery, Central Library, 40 East Anapamu.
Is Your Teen Dating Without Danger? Did you know that 2 out of 3 teens will experience dating abuse? What is LOVE offers a FREE Parent Workshop helping parents to identify red flags of abusive dating, practice conversation starters, and connect to school and community resources. Unfortunately, 75% of parents