Teen dating violence arizona
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Teen dating violence has serious consequences for victims and their schools. Teen aggression and bullying is a problem that continues to grow, often disrupting our schools, families, workplaces and communities.The causes of teen aggression and bullying vary from person to person and may include such factors as a teen having been exposed to physical or sexual abuse growing up; violent behavior witnessed in the home or neighborhood; violence in the media; socio-economic issues such as family poverty, need deprivation, unstable family environment, lack of family support and appropriate role models, and exposure to weapons. This year the LEAH program (Let’s End Abusive Households) of Jewish Family & Children’s Services of Southern Arizona is focusing on raising awareness about teen dating violence and abuse.Teen dating violence can be physical, emotional, or sexual.