The WIL Program is proudly supported by Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson:
“I commend the “What is Love” organization for holding this event in our community to bring awareness to the very important issue of teen dating violence. When nearly 1.5 million high school students nationwide experience physical abuse from a dating partner in a single year, that indicates a larger problem,” said Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson. “We must send a message to our youth that is not appropriate behavior and there is help and support available. I look forward to continuing my work with ‘What is Love’ to encourage proactive solutions for teens in my district and throughout the state of California”
Assembly Member Das Williams Recognizes What is LOVE
“True love does not know or accept violence,” said Assemblyman Das Williams, D-Santa Barbara. “Teens need to make healthy choices and under no circumstances should anyone accept verbal, emotional or physical abuse.
What is Love is an important organization in this battle for awareness. I commend them and others who take a stand against violence.”
SANTA BARBARA MAYOR HELENE SCHNEIDER HONORS WHAT IS LOVE
What is LOVE . . . “exemplifies how important it is to spread the message about love as opposed to talking about hate and finding ways to stop the violence”