Healthy Dating Resources

Did you know that 1 in 3 teens experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse from a dating partner?

This section of the DVCCC website was created for young people to be able to have access to a number of resources to better understand what unhealthy behaviors in relationships look like - but also how to navigate dating in healthy ways! Take some time to

explore all the content provided.

 

 

Red Flags in Relationships

These handouts, developed by the counseling and education departments at DVCCC, are a great tool to use to identify unhealthy behaviors & warning signs of abuse.

 

You can download them here:

Red Flags (English)      

 

Alertas en Relaciones de Pareja (Español)

We often talk about relationships on a spectrum. Not all unhealthy behaviors or relationships are "abusive."

Check out this guide to learn more about the Relationship Spectrum:

Video Library

These powerful videos are great resources to not only watch and learn from but to also share with friends who may need to hear these messages!

The resources on this page were gathered from a number of amazing, national resources for teens - click any of the logos below to explore more.

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If you think you are in an unhealthy or abusive dating situation, feel free to call DVCCC's 24-hour hotline, available for teens in Chester County at 1-888-711-6270.

Call our 24-hour, free hotline 888-711-6270 or 610-431-1430

If you are in immediate danger, DIAL 911

If you are in immediate danger and cannot call,

TEXT 911 if you are in Chester County

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This website is designed and maintained by DVCCC staff.

Last update: February 2020