In 2010, Florida passed legislation intended to promote youth education related to teen dating violence and to support teen survivors of dating violence.
Each center provides training and community education for youth and adults and, depending on staff availability, may be able to assist you in implementing this curriculum in your class.
In some cases, centers can provide a speaker for your class about prevention.
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If you have additional questions about statewide prevention efforts, email the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV) at [email protected]
of the components that must be covered as a part of students’ comprehensive health education according to Florida Statute 1003.42.However, facilitators are encouraged to adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of students.If activities or discussions are too advanced, you are invited to adapt the content as appropriate.Your feedback is valuable to ensuring that the resource curricula meet the needs of both teachers and students.Receiving this feedback will allow us to improve upon the resource curricula in the future.The statutory requirements addressed in the curricula include: the definition of dating violence and abuse, warning signs of dating violence and abusive behavior, characteristics of healthy relationships, measures to prevent and stop dating violence and abuse and community resources available to victims of dating violence and abuse.