HEALTHY/UNHEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS: RESOURCE LIST
Resources About Relationships
makes available a variety of resources from a 13-minute award winning video to TV ads, radio spots and podcasts discussing healthy and unhealthy relationships. Visit this site for additional materials.
provided by the Center for Young Women’s Health encourages the student to identify the healthiest choice for a variety of real-life situations in which teens may find themselves. An explanation is also given for each correct answer.
I Wanna Know
is provided by the American Social Health Association and offers information about a variety of sexual health issues, including the topic of teen relationships. The site offers separate sections for parents and educators.
See It and Stop It
, sponsored by the Family Violence Prevention Fund, provides materials for project ideas, a gallery with posters, TV and radio spots and a campaign tool kit to help you get started in organizing a campaign in your school that focuses on unhealthy relationships.
The Safe Schools Coalition
, formerly of Washington State, is now an international public-private partnership in support of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth. This site lists a wide variety of available resources along with a brief description of each.
's Fsite offers a section entitled “Am I in a Healthy Relationship?”
. The site addresses such issues as, “It Feels Like Love but Is It?” and “Warning Signs.” Both English and Spanish versions are available and it is possible to listen to the text displayed on the page
The Teen Relationships
is a site sponsored by the California-based nonprofit CORA (Community Overcoming Relationship Abuse). It addresses issues from understanding a healthy relationship to recognizing warning signs of unhealthy relationships and resources available to help teens.