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1 in 3 adolescents is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional, or verbal abuse from a dating partner.Dating violence is a real phenomenon happening in every high school. Dating violence is any act by one person in a dating relationship that injures their dating partner physically, mentally, emotionally, and/or sexually; and includes stalking.The panelists reply with open and honest answers to the entire audience.The program has been offered in local high schools for students in grades 9-12 and is appropriate for college aged population. YWC3CA consistently offers the program with domestic violence support center representatives available to offer one-on-one support for the students following the assembly.It’s from his 27-year old daughter, Ameya, and it’s the last words he will ever exchange with her.

Counseling & Psychological Services (831) 459-2628 Student Health Center - East Wing-Second Floor, Open Monday-Friday AM to PM Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office (831) 459-2462 Kerr Hall, Room 119 The Title IX/Sexual Harassment Officer provides information, consultations, and complaint resolution in all areas of sex discrimination, including sexual assault and sexual harassment.Alcohol and drugs do not cause dating violence and dating violence is never the victim’s fault.If you or someone you know may be a victim of dating violence, please reach out and get help immediately.Panelists may include a law enforcement officer, professional from a domestic violence center, an Advocate, and/or a survivor.Students ask panelists questions anonymously in a variety of ways conducive to the specific school environment.But unhealthy behaviors like this simply set the stage for more serious abuse.