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Here is a back-to-school “shopping list” for working with the teens in your life on healthy relationships, something they can use in addition to that spiral-bound notebook. (Author abstract)
Healthy relationships may be like cake - but they aren't always a piece of cake. Check out the video to see what ingredients you need to make your relationship healthy and great! (Author abstract)
This Break the Cycle resource provides a list of key ingredients for healthy relationships.
Sexuality studies have often overlooked ethnic and cultural differences affecting parent-teen sex conversations and the potential implications for Black teens’ sexual activity. The purpose of this article is to...
This report from Child Trends discusses trends of sexually active teens. About one-third of high students report they are sexually active. This overall percentage has not changed greatly since 1991. An exception is a significant decrease among black students, where the proportion who are...
This interactive map from the Office of Adolescent Health provides data on a national and state level. By clicking on a state in the interactive map, users are provided with adolescent health facts about the corresponding state.
This Resource Center fact sheet is designed for social service professionals working with LGBTQ families. It includes background information about LGBTQ families, issues that they face, and ways to support them.
The purpose of this research brief is to highlight the unique challenges – and the strengths – of rural communities and provide suggestions for integrating culturally responsive healthy relationship education into existing safety-net services to strengthen rural families in poverty.
CAP Tulsa and Family & Children’s Services worked together to build the Family Success Plan (FSP). The FSP is used by Family Support Specialists to drive a conversation with families that helps the Specialist get to know the family, helps the family identify strengths and areas for...