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  A great way to learn more about abuse. Good job FAAR club!

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Not only is tomorrow Valentines’ Day…a day of LOVE…it is also a day to wear Orange.  Show your Teen Dating Violence Awareness Support by wearing Orange. This is also RESPECT WEEK!  How are you showing your respect to your partner?  #teenDVmonth

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Lets Tape a Teach to the Wall!!!

Let’s tape a teacher to the wall! Shawano High School Students will be duct taping a couple of teachers to the wall tomorrow (February 10th) during the lunch periods.  This is simply an awareness event to help teens understand how sticky the relationships get and how hard it is for their peers to get out […]

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High School Dating Violence

1 in 3 High School Students experience some form of Dating Violence in their relationships. Take a stand today and help to put an end to the Dating Violence.  #teenDVmonth

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Checklist: Items to Take

___Identification ___Birth Certificates for myself and children ___Social Security Cards ___School and Medical Records ___Keys – House/Car/Office ___Driver’s License and Registration ___Medications ___Pictures, jewelry, items of sentimental value ___Children’s favorite toys and/or blankets ___Welfare Identification ___Passport(s), Green Card(s), Work Permits ___Divorce Papers ___Money, Bank Books, Credit Cards ___Insurance Papers ___Address Book ___Lease/Rental Agreement, House Deed, […]

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Are you Being Abused?

Does the person you love . . . . •      Threaten to hurt you or your children?, Throw you down, push, hit, choke, kick, or slap you? •      Say it’s your fault if he or she hits you, then promises it won’t happen again (but it does)? •      Put you down in public or […]

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Safety Planning

INCREASING MY SAFETY IN THE RELATIONSHIP • I will have important phone numbers accessible to my children and myself. • I can tell ______________ and ______________about the violence and ask them to call the police if they hear suspicious noises coming from my home. • If I leave my home, I can go (list four […]

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