Introducing Safe Dating seeks to empower parents about healthy teen relationships
NORTH PLATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) — As Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month draws to a close, the Rape and Domestic Abuse Program and the Bridge of Hope Child Advocacy Center joined forces Monday for a special presentation at the McKinley Education Center .
The presentation helps encourage parents to have conversations with their children about healthy relationships and dating violence awareness. Monday’s presentation was one of several presentations both organizations have given this month.
“I hope people talk about IT a lot more and become more aware because the more you are aware and the more you talk about it, the more people will understand how much help we need and how much help our community needs to fight this abuse epidemic,” he said McKenzie Miller, outreach coordinator for the Bridge of Hope Advocacy Center.
This is the first year for the presentation. Both organizations say they plan to work together for future events.
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