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How Do I Help My Child?

Learn what you can do to help a teen in an unhealthy relationship.

How to Talk to Teens about Dating Violence

Learn tips for how to start a conversation about dating violence with your teenager.

LoveIsRespect.org: Teen Hotline and Live Chat

A website for teens about healthy relationships and dating abuse. Includes a hotline number and live chat. Call the hotline at 1-866-331-9474 | 1-866-331-8453 TTY.

Setting Boundaries

Learn about emotional, physical, and digital boundaries in a relationship.

Healthy Young Parent Program (HYPP)

The Healthy Young Parent Program provides coordinated support for young expectant and parenting families in tribal communities, high schools, institutions of higher education, and community-based service centers.

What is a Healthy Relationship?

Learn what a healthy relationship looks like, what you can do to build a healthy relationship, and where you can find support if you're in an unhealthy relationship.

What is Consent?

Learn what consent looks like and what it does not look like. Find out red flags that could show that your partner doesn't respect consent.

The Relationship Spectrum Tool

All relationships exist on a spectrum from healthy to abusive with unhealthy somewhere in the middle. Check out the Relationship Spectrum to see where your relationship falls.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Victim Services (SVPVS)

Find resources for victims of sexual assault and programs to prevent sexual assault.

Preventing Teen Dating Violence

Teen Dating Violence (TDV) affects millions of teens in the US each year. Find resources to prevent Teen Dating Violence.

Parenting Montana

ParentingMontana.org provides easy-to-use parenting tools to support your child's success from kindergarten through the teen years.

Equality Wheel (PDF)

Learn what a healthy relationship looks like, including respect, trust and support, and decision-making.

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