TASC: Healthy Dating Projects

Texas student council members – we have everything you need to promote healthy relationships in your schools! Download our Student Council Tool Kit and Dating Abuse 101 Presentation. We also invite you to check out our LOVE Campaign for more fun downloads. An don’t forget to visit the TASC website for the top projects from past years. Have questions or want to share what you’ve done? Contact us.

“Hear My Voice” Campaign

Join Break the Cycle in the first-ever national campaign to end dating abuse in the LGBTQ community, Hear My Voice. Funded by the US Department of Justice, the campaign is currently active in Austin, Chicago, DC and Los Angeles and will expand to new cities in 2012. Online, you’ll find specific LGBTQ resources in those cities and be able to share your voice as we unite to end violence for all young people.

So Say It

Kappa Delta Sorority is encouraging friends to offer support, advice and intervention when they believe a friend is in an unhealthy relationship. All 140 collegiate Kappa Delta chapters host awareness campaigns during the month of September in recognition of National Women’s Friendship Month, a celebration Kappa Delta created 11 years ago.

Learn more about the Friends Say the Tough Stuff… So Say It campaign.

MTV’s A Thin Line Campaign

MTV developed the “A Thin Line” campaign to empower teens to identify, respond to and stop the spread of digital abuse. The campaign is built on the understanding that there is a thin line between what begins as a silly joke and what ends up really hurting someone and their future. Break the Cycle and the National Dating Abuse Helpline are proud to partner in this initiative along with other great organizations from across the country. Visit the official website to decide where your line is.

NO MORE Campaign

NO MORE is a groundbreaking symbol designed to galvanize change and radically increase the awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. Let’s end the shame and stigma. Visit to get the symbol and take a stand.



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