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High School Presentation (PSA)
Transcript of High School Presentation (PSA)
Where they Are
What You Can Do
Domestic Abuse, Teen Dating Abuse, and Healthy Relationships
Teen Dating Abuse
Abuse that occurs in relationships between teens. Similar patterns of controlling behavior, especially emotional, sexual, and digital abuse.
of teens in a relationship say they've
compromised their values
to please their partner.
3 out of 5
say they've had a boyfriend or girlfriend who made them feel
bad or embarrassed about themselves
reported worrying about their
personal physical safety
in a relationship.
(Liz Claiborne, Inc.)
pattern of controlling behaviors
that frighten, intimidate, manipulate, hurt, humiliate, blame, injure, or wound
1 in 3 women
1 in 4 men
in the US have experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
of both women
men have experienced
by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
(NO MORE & Avon Foundation)
1 in 10
teens in a dating relationship have been
hit, slapped, or punched
(Bureau of Justice Statistics)
35% of girls
29% of guys
say they’ve been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused by a partner.
(American Psychological Association)
in Idaho, more than 519
of domestic abuse and their children seek help from community-based domestic violence programs.
(National Network to End Domestic Violence)
In 2013, the Boise City PD answered 3,541 calls related
to domestic violence situations.
(Boise City Police Dept.)
Positive behaviors and dynamics that make relationships strong, happy, and healthy.
Communication, Equality, and Respect are Key!
Do things together that you both enjoy
Talk through problems openly, honestly, and respectfully
Be willing to compromise
Support and encourage each other
Respect each other's opinions, wishes, and boundaries
Enter our PSA Contest
29-second Public Service Announcement video
Focus on Healthy Relationships, Teen Dating Abuse, or Domestic Abuse
However you want to start the conversation!
How it works
Do some research, pick a topic*
Write, shoot, and edit your PSA
Complete the submission form, release forms, and submit your video by
Win prizes, have your PSA shown on our social media and possibly on local TV stations
*We have Resources and Guidelines ready for you at
28-29 seconds long
Focus on any subject within one of the main topics
Have WCA and National Dating Abuse Hotline contact info
Include relevant info & stats
Email Madeline: firstname.lastname@example.org
in an intimate relationship such as marriage, cohabitation, dating, or within the family
1 in 4 women
1 in 7 men
severe physical violence
by an intimate partner.