Posts Tagged teen dating violence

How Child Advocates and Judges Can Help Keep LGBTQ Youth Safe from Violence in Out-of-Home Care

How Child Advocates and Judges Can Help Keep LGBTQ Youth Safe from Violence in Out-of-Home Care

February was Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) ran a series of blog posts highlighting important issues affecting youth victimized through dating violence. The NACC has been responding to each of these posts with follow-up articles that extend the conversation. Last week, the NCJFCJ published their fifth and final article in the series, “System Barriers Facing Teen Dating Violence Survivors.” This post, written by Currey Cook, Senior Attorney

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Technology and Teen Dating Violence: Taking a Developmental Perspective

Technology and Teen Dating Violence: Taking a Developmental Perspective

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) has been running a series of blog posts highlighting important issues affecting youth victimized through dating violence. The NACC has been responding to each of these posts with follow-up articles that extend the conversation. Last week, the NCJFCJ published their fourth article in the series, “When Teen Dating Violence Goes Online.” This post, written by Charlene Baker, Ph.D., a professor

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Expanding the Conversation Around Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence

Expanding the Conversation Around Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence

Last week, the NCJFCJ published their third article in the series, “Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence.” Rather than write a follow-up post this week, we’ve chosen to share a piece of insight left in a Facebook comment to the NCJFCJ article. Executive Director Kendall Marlowe provides a brief introduction. This week’s article in the teen dating violence series from our friends at NCJFCJ concerns “Native Youth and Teen Dating Violence.” I’d love to share a few words of well-informed

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Trust: The Most Powerful Opponent of Teen Dating Violence

Trust: The Most Powerful Opponent of Teen Dating Violence

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) will be running a series of blog posts highlighting important issues affecting youth victimized through dating violence. The NACC will be responding to each of these posts with follow-up articles that extend the conversation. Last week, the NCJFCJ published their second article in the series, “How Community Collaboration Can Improve Response to Teen Dating Violence.” This post, written by the

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Teen Dating Violence – Telling the Story to the Judge

Teen Dating Violence – Telling the Story to the Judge

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the month, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) will be running a series of blog posts highlighting important issues affecting youth victimized through dating violence. The NACC will be responding to each of these posts with follow-up articles that extend the conversation.  Last week, the NCJFCJ published their first article in the series, “8 Things Judges Need to Know About Teen Dating Violence.” This post, written by the Honorable

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