Take a Stand for Healthy Relationships

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2018
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Centered on teaching students how to understand and build healthy relationships, the Take a Stand FOR Healthy Relationships curriculum encourages important skills in communication, self reflection, and self-awareness. This curriculum teaches students how to recognize healthy and safe qualities and behaviors in relationships, and how to effectively and safely ally for themselves and others.

With self-paced modules and lesson plans, this curriculum helps students gain important skills in communication and self-awareness. The curriculum helps students to: 

  • Recognize healthy and safe qualities in relationships
  • Identify red flags to unhealthy behaviors
  • Learn to safely and effectively ally for themselves and others
  • Know where to get help if witnessing or experiencing abuse
  • Take a stand for healthy relationships in their own lives

Accompanying educator guides and handouts provide teachers with strategies to support students through the curriculum.

Access the training module, lesson plans, and other resources at teens4healthyrelationships.com. For any questions related to the curriculum or modules, email tas4htr@ncadv.org.

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