Women between the ages of 18-24 are most commonly abused by an intimate partner. [ncadv.org]
It’s not just about physical violence. Self-worth and understanding what constitutes a healthy relationship is critical for any young woman—and it’s not talked about enough. Yellow Tulips will equip young ladies with the tools and information they need to make smart relationship decisions, and will also provide a safe environment where they can openly talk about their own experiences and ask questions.
Who: Females, aged 16-24
What: Lectures and workshops that provide outreach, education and empowerment to young women in order to help prevent intimate partner violence, including:
- Regular workshops throughout the year at metro Atlanta and other Georgia high schools and colleges
- Special events to promote education about intimate partner violence among young people during domestic violence month
Where: High schools, colleges and social and civic organizations
Cost (for participants): Free
Are you interested in holding a Yellow Tulip program at your school or somewhere else in the community? Email email@example.com today.
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