We Can Prevent Teen Dating Violence: Spread the Word with Thunderclap

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

For Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, join CDC and partners to spread the message that we can all prevent violence—before it happens—by working together to empower teens to have healthy relationships.

Sign up on Thunderclap to share a message and resource on Facebook or Twitter. This one-time message will automatically post from your account on February 14 at noon EDT.

This collective message blast will amplify our voices, helping more people and groups across social media understand that teen dating violence is a public health problem that can and must be prevented.

Together, we can #VetoViolence and create a safe future for all young people! Join the movement.

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