Dating violence prevention in schools
Consent involves active communication, and knowing that one person always has to right to withdraw consent.
This means that someone can consent to one activity (kissing) but not consent to another (sex).
The response team often serves as an entry point into the emergency shelter program.
Children participate in special groups with an intern therapist or qualified domestic violence counselors, who engage them in positive social development and therapeutic expressive arts activities.
Staff is available 24 hours a day to respond to any needs and or emergencies.
Interface’s Family Violence Intervention Services department provides comprehensive family violence programming that aims to prevent, interrupt and end the cycle of violence within family systems.
Our multi-faceted approach allows us to address the complex issues of family violence, which can include child abuse, dating violence, and domestic violence, by providing safe and supportive services to victims while simultaneously encouraging abuser accountability and preventing the future perpetration of family violence.
Consent, like sex, should be about respecting each other to make their own decisions about their body.