Teen dating violence is on the rise. We know that 1 in 4 teens will find themselves in an unhealthy or abusive relationship. But how do we prevent it?
Sheryl Clinger, Director of Advocacy and Community Engagement at The Center for Family Safety and Healing, speaks with Robyn Haines on Daytime Columbus about the reality of teen dating violence.
If you know a teen who needs help, please visit our website to learn more about recognizing the signs of teen dating abuse, respond appropriately and referring to helpful resources: http://familysafetyandhealing.org/how-to-help/a-teen-dating-abuse-victim/.
Families are encouraged to check out Common Sense Media to download a free Family Media Agreement and Device Contract.