Adolescent Health

Nearly 1 in 11 female and approximately 1 in 14 male high school students report having experienced physical dating violence in the last year. In order to prevent violence from occurring in the first place, Health Partners invests in prevention strategies that promote healthy relationships among teens and young adults. Adolescents, especially LGBTQIA+ youth, may also become involved in the sex trade/experience human trafficking as a means of survival in order to pay for food, shelter, gender-affirming medical care, etc. Health Partners equips adolescent health care providers with the tools and resources they need to counsel their young patients about healthy relationships and to assess for and respond to dating violence.


See below for related webinars, learning collaboratives, and resources: 

Safety resource for Teen Relationships: Hanging Out or Hooking Up

Hanging Out or Hooking Up? Adolescent Health Safety Card

Order hard copies or PDF download, available in multiple languages

Related Resources

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Supporting LGBTQIA+ Youth Who Have Experienced Trafficking

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Addressing Adolescent Relationship Abuse in School-Based Health Care

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IPVHealthPartners home page

IPVHealthPartners Online Toolkit

Online toolkit for building health center and domestic violence program partnerships
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Order hard copies of safety cards, posters and more from FUTURES’ National Health Resource Center on Domestic Violence…¬†More Info >

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