New Jersey Health Initiatives - A Better State of Health
A Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Program
Educating adolescents on establishing healthy relationships and address the issue of teen dating violence.
2008
Prevention First, Inc.
Closed
Educating adolescents on establishing healthy relationships and address the issue of teen dating violence.
Prevention First, Inc.
2008
Closed
Grant Award Amount
$398,620

To educate adolescents on establishing healthy relationships and address the issue of teen dating violence, Prevention First is teaming with the staff at nine Monmouth County-area schools to deliver the Safe Dates curriculum to students attending those schools. Throughout this three year project, a total of 5,366 students will complete the curriculum.
The Safe Dates curriculum and its five components are being delivered in one middle school and eight area high schools by teaching staff, in support groups of six regional high schools by Student Assistant Counselors and in one middle school by Prevention First staff.

Project
Healthy Relationships
Topics
Grant Recipient
Key Contact

Karen Gillespie
Education Specialist, Adolescent Services
(732) 663-1800 x267

Counties Served
View All: NJHI 2008: Safe Dates