Bloom365

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Bloom365 is a grassroots organization based in Phoenix, Arizona that educates and activates young people to cultivate healthy and safe relationships, free of abuse and violence. Bloom365 engages in education, advocacy, and activism efforts in schools and community-based organizations in Arizona and nationally.

Bloom365 offers educational curricula for high school, middle school, and elementary school students, addressing topics such as healthy relationships/friendships, bullying, and teen dating violence. Curricula consist of research-based, evidence-informed, age-appropriate and relevant lessons, facilitated by Bloom365 outreach advocates. Bloom365 also offers trainings for adult allies.

For young people who want to take action to end teen dating violence, Bloom365's Peer Advocate Crew training program creates a space for young educators, advocates, and activists to connect with their peers while building leadership skills and gaining tools to promote healthy relationships and break the silence on teen dating violence in their communities.

Bloom365 is based in Phoenix, Arizona. Trainings are available to schools and community-based organizations for a fee. Visit Bloom365's website to learn more.

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