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Teen Digital Dating Violence Toolkit

BCSTH’s Tech Safety Project is excited to launch our new Teen Digital Dating Violence Toolkit. This toolkit includes resources from various credible sources from organizations helping teens identify if digital dating violence is happening to them and provides information, tips and ideas for what to do and what kind of help is available. A companion toolkit for caregivers and anti-violence workers, Supporting Teens Experiencing Digital Dating Violence, is also available. 

We thank our advisory committee members and project partners for their support. 

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