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Interpersonal Violence or teen dating violence is a wide-spread problem that affects all students whether are they victims, perpetrators, bystanders, or friends.
WPS is partnering with Lubbock Independent School District, Frenship Independent School District, Teen Parents of Lubbock, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Lubbock including Shallowater, Parent Teacher Associations and parents.
Expect Respect Support Groups Provides support groups for youth in an emotionally safe environment to learn about abusive and healthy relationships, build relationship skills, and improve personal safety and self esteem.
Women’s Protective Services (WPS) is expanding its community education department to include a school based program for preventing teen dating violence and promoting safe and healthy relationships- Expect Respect.
Expect Respect is a comprehensive prevention program designed to raise awareness about interpersonal violence/dating violence; teach skills for healthy relationships; develop youth leadership; and increase safety and respect on school campuses.
Safe Teens Empowers youth leadership training for students to become role models and leaders in preventing teen dating violence, sexual harassment, bullying, and digital safety.
“Teen Hub” Website — This interactive website is a hub for teens to gain information, communicate, and seek resources.