Education as the key to building awareness about domestic violence. If you would like someone to speak about domestic violence at your church, social, civic, or business group, please contact us at Education@NewBeginningCenter.org or by calling our offices directly at (972) 276-0423 ext. 246.
Find Your Edge is a custom designed program that allows us to teach students about bullying, safe relationships and healthy behaviors. This program is appropriate for youth in grades 4-8th Grade.
Expect Respect is designed to reach teens from Grades 7-12 on the subject of Teen Dating Violence and Healthy Relationships. Addressing the red flags, warning signs, how to handle a break up, healthy communication, and what healthy looks like in terms of dating relationships this program is amazing at reaching teens right where they are.
This program can also be custom designed to reach young adults and college students.
How is Your Relationship Adding Up?
Expect Respect Focuses on Teen Awareness
DID YOU KNOW? “Dating violence includes the use of physical, sexual, verbal, or emotional abuse by a person to harm, threaten, intimidate, or control another person in a relationship of a romantic or intimate nature, regardless of whether that relationship is continuing or has concluded.” (Texas Teen Dating Violence Law, Texas Education Code Section 37.0831)
New Beginning Center can come to your high school, middle school or church youth group with an interactive session focusing on the causes of dating violence, its prevention and how to build healthy relationships.
>Ready for Trendsetter Summer 2016? So are we!
Register Below for 2016 Trendsetters Summer Camp – June 13-17th, Daily from 9:00 – 5:00.
Remember the event is FREE and designed to help build the resume and skills set of teens who wants to be leaders in their community!
For more questions or information feel free to contact Erin Kincaid, Community Education Program Manager at (972) 276-0423 ext. 246 or email@example.com for more information.