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He shouldn’t treat his car better than he does you. Over 40 percent of teenage girls say they know someone their own age who has been hit or beaten by a boyfriend. If you or someone you know is being abused, don’t be afraid to ask for help. Contact the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1 (866) 331.9474 for help.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org


He loves you. He loves you …not. If you are a teenager involved in an abusive relationship, you need to remember that no one deserves to be abused or threatened. Remember you cannot change your abuser, and in time the violence will get worse. Contact the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1 (866) 331.9474 for help.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org


This wasn’t meant to cover up the bruises. Teens can choose better relationships when they know how to identify the early warning signs of an abusive relationship, understand that they have choices, and believe they are valuable individuals who deserve to be treated with respect. Contact the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1 (866) 331.9474 for help.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org


“No� means no. No matter who he is. The majority of rape victims know their attacker as either a boyfriend, friend or casual acquaintance. If you feel unsafe being alone with someone, ask your friends to stay close by or to keep an eye on you. There is safety in numbers. Contact the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline at 1 (866) 331.9474 for help.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org


One in three high school girls have been or will be in an abusive relationship.

He loves you not.

WILMINGTON, MA 01887 GUIDANCE OFFICE 159 CHURCH STREET

Visit loveisrespect.com for help.

He loves you…

Are you or someone you know in an abusive relationship?

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The National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline is available 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer any questions or offer you support.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org

Tips for Dating Safety • Consider double-dating the first few times you go out with a new person. • When on a date, know the exact plans for the evening and make sure a parent or friend knows these plans and what time to expect you home. • Let your date know that you are expected to call or tell that person when you get in.

Safety Planning for Teens • Be aware of your decreased ability to react while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. • If you leave a party with someone you do not know well, make sure you tell another person you are leaving and with whom. Ask a friend to call and check that you arrived home safely.

• Assert yourself when necessary. Be firm and straightforward in all of your relationships. • Trust your instincts. If a situation makes you uncomfortable, try to remain calm and think of a way to leave the situation.

You should think ahead about ways to be safe if you are in a dangerous or potentially dangerous relationship. Here are some things to consider in designing your own safety plan. • Find adults you can trust to talk about your relationships. • Identify who the people are at school who can help keep you safe.

• Change your school locker or lock. • Change your route to/from school. • Use a buddy system for going to school, classes and after school activities whenever possible. • Identify the friends you can trust to help you remain safe. • Know who you can call in the event that you are stranded or need help.

• Keep a journal describing the abuse you have experienced. • Get rid of or change the number to any beepers, pagers or cell phones the abuser gave you. • Keep spare change, calling cards, number of the local shelter, and the numbers of anyone who could help with you at all times.

& Fire Dept. #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

1 (866) 331.9474

• Visit loveisrespect.org for additional information and support tips.

Know Your Support System Local Police #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

• Know where you could go quickly to get away from an abusive person. • Join a self-defense workshop. • Try to think of other ways you can prepare for future situations. • And don’t forget...you can call the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline any time, day or night, to speak with a trained peer advocate:

Trustworthy Adult: ______________

Trustworthy Friend: _____________

Primary Care Physician: _________

Local Shelter: __________________

Shelter Address: _______________

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

______________________________

loveisrespect.org

About the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline The National Dating Abuse Helpline was launched in February 2007 with help from founding sponsor, Liz Clairborne Inc. It is a national 24-hour resource that can be accessed by phone or the internet, specifically designed for teens and young adults. The Helpline and loveisrespect.org offer real-time one-on-one support from trained Peer Advocates. Managed by the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH), the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline operates from a call center in Austin, Texas. Peer Advocates are trained to offer support, information and advocacy to those involved in dating abuse relationships as well as to concerned parents, teachers, clergy, law enforcement, and service providers.


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One in three high school girls have been or will be in an abusive relationship.

He loves you not.

WILMINGTON, MA 01887 GUIDANCE OFFICE 159 CHURCH STREET

Visit loveisrespect.com for help.

He loves you…

Are you or someone you know in an abusive relationship?

Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage Paid

ship, n o i lat

r help today o f v k i s . a us . b . . a e t an a in it s he

If you o r so

me on ey

doou kno n’ w is t

e er

The National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline is available 24 hours, 7 days a week to answer any questions or offer you support.

1 (866) 331.9474 loveisrespect.org

Tips for Dating Safety • Consider double-dating the first few times you go out with a new person. • When on a date, know the exact plans for the evening and make sure a parent or friend knows these plans and what time to expect you home. • Let your date know that you are expected to call or tell that person when you get in.

Safety Planning for Teens • Be aware of your decreased ability to react while under the influence of alcohol or drugs. • If you leave a party with someone you do not know well, make sure you tell another person you are leaving and with whom. Ask a friend to call and check that you arrived home safely.

• Assert yourself when necessary. Be firm and straightforward in all of your relationships. • Trust your instincts. If a situation makes you uncomfortable, try to remain calm and think of a way to leave the situation.

You should think ahead about ways to be safe if you are in a dangerous or potentially dangerous relationship. Here are some things to consider in designing your own safety plan. • Find adults you can trust to talk about your relationships. • Identify who the people are at school who can help keep you safe.

• Change your school locker or lock. • Change your route to/from school. • Use a buddy system for going to school, classes and after school activities whenever possible. • Identify the friends you can trust to help you remain safe. • Know who you can call in the event that you are stranded or need help.

• Keep a journal describing the abuse you have experienced. • Get rid of or change the number to any beepers, pagers or cell phones the abuser gave you. • Keep spare change, calling cards, number of the local shelter, and the numbers of anyone who could help with you at all times.

& Fire Dept. #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

1 (866) 331.9474

• Visit loveisrespect.org for additional information and support tips.

Know Your Support System Local Police #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

• Know where you could go quickly to get away from an abusive person. • Join a self-defense workshop. • Try to think of other ways you can prepare for future situations. • And don’t forget...you can call the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline any time, day or night, to speak with a trained peer advocate:

Trustworthy Adult: ______________

Trustworthy Friend: _____________

Primary Care Physician: _________

Local Shelter: __________________

Shelter Address: _______________

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

*Phone #: ( ___ ) ___ - ____

______________________________

loveisrespect.org

About the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline The National Dating Abuse Helpline was launched in February 2007 with help from founding sponsor, Liz Clairborne Inc. It is a national 24-hour resource that can be accessed by phone or the internet, specifically designed for teens and young adults. The Helpline and loveisrespect.org offer real-time one-on-one support from trained Peer Advocates. Managed by the National Domestic Violence Hotline (NDVH), the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline operates from a call center in Austin, Texas. Peer Advocates are trained to offer support, information and advocacy to those involved in dating abuse relationships as well as to concerned parents, teachers, clergy, law enforcement, and service providers.


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Respect U First Campaign  

Brand Identity and Social Awareness Campaign looking to provide support for Teen and Dating Violence issues in Massachusetts.