Dating violence grants

Unhealthy relationships can start early and last a lifetime.

Teens often think some behaviors, like teasing and name calling, are a "normal" part of a relationship.

Research has shown that youth victims are more likely to experience symptoms of depression and anxiety; engage in unhealthy behaviors, like using tobacco, drugs, and alcohol; or exhibit antisocial behaviors and think about suicide.

Applicants can use HRSA's rural eligibility tool to check eligibility.

Find out where these grants are funded and how your nonprofit can apply? Grants to Northwest Oregon nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and schools to benefit local communities in a broad range of areas. A mandatory bidders' conference is scheduled for May 22. Grant of ,090 to a Warren County, New Jersey nonprofit organization or government agency to prevent homelessness for adults with mental illnesses or substance abuse disorders.

Grants to Washington, DC nonprofit organizations and government agencies for the prevention of juvenile delinquency for youth (under age 21) and for reentry programs for adults and youth involved in the criminal justice system. Grants to Washington, DC nonprofit organizations for community-based programs to help K-8 youth who have been the subject of child and family services interventions. A mandatory bidders' conference is scheduled for May 22. Grant of up to ,000 to a New York nonprofit domestic violence service provider to assist domestic violence victims with holistic legal services. Applicants are advised that the required online registratio...

National Resource Center for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month This site, supported by the federal government, is a collaborative effort to promote February as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month by providing a clearinghouse for all related activities from national and local organizations engaged in preventing teen dating violence and assisting victims.

Apps Against Abuse Vice President Joe Biden, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, and Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius launched the “Apps Against Abuse” technology challenge in July 2011—a national competition to develop an innovative software application, or “app,” that provides young adults with tools to help prevent sexual assault and dating violence. Circle of 6, an i Phone prototype, makes it quick and easy to reach your circle of friends and let them know where you are and what you need. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Women’s Health provides information on dating violence, how to leave abusive relationships, how to remain safe when meeting new people, and how to avoid date rape drugs.

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