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
Millville Public Schools
Closed
Educating adolescents on establishing healthy relationships and address the issue of teen dating violence
Millville Public Schools
2008
Closed
Grant Award Amount
$300,000

The Millville collaborative includes Commercial Township, Lawrence Township, Maurice River Township, Woodbine, Millville and Bridgeton School Districts.  The total school population for the six districts is almost 10,000 students.
To educate adolescents on establishing healthy relationships and address the issue of teen dating violence,the Collaborative has implemented Safe Dates in the 8th grade Health Curriculum in Millville, Commercial, Lawrence, Port Norris, Woodbine and Bridgeton.  In the final grant year, the collaborative has added supporting activities in the Family Friendly Center out-of-school programs and the School Based Youth Services Programs that service our students centered on the Safe Dates Curriculum.

Project
Millville Collaborative Safe Dating Initiative
Topics
Grant Recipient
Millville Public Schools
Key Contact
Nancy Laurelli
Collaboration Coordinator
(856) 293-8203
Counties Served