Uproot Abuse in a Generation

At bloom365 we educate and activate youth advocates and adult allies to

prevent the root causes of domestic, sexual and teen dating violence

and remove the barriers to help for teen and young adult survivors of abuse.
As we navigate the effects of COVID-19, BLOOM365 is committed to staying connected with teens and the trusted adults in their lives...because social connections matter. All of our supportive services, education and trainings are now available online.  For more information on resources and learning opportunities available please visit our COVID-19 Updates Page.

What We Do

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 EDUCATE 

7-Dose Curriculum

We facilitate a research-based Domestic/Sexual/Teen Dating Violence prevention and healthy relationship education curriculum in schools, youth orgs, and military installations.

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Youth Violence Intervention & Prevention Project

We are developing screening tolos, pilot interventions and Coordinated Community Responses for teens at risk for or already exhibiting abusive or violent behaviors. 

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ADVOCATE

Individual & Peer Support

We provide safe spaces for 13-24 year old survivors to access advocacy resources, case management services, safety planning, and peer support groups in person and online.

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Team Building

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Trusted Adult Ally

Professional Development

We train school personnel and other "trusted adult allies" on how to recognize and alleviate the barriers to safety, well-being and support for young victims of violence.

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ACTIVATE

Peer Advocate Crew (PAC)

We train and activate teen peer advocates to change culture, remove the barriers to help, amplify youth voices and cultivate safe, healthy and empathetic school communities. 

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COLLABORATE

Early Adopter Partners

 We collaborate with a local, national and international network of trained and certified facilitators who are the first to implement BLOOM365’s strategies and impact measures in their locale.

STATEMENT BY BLOOM365 | JUNE 2, 2020

We choose LOVE...always.

 

We are numb, but not silent. On May 25, 2020 our nation was reminded that the abuse of power and control is not only harmful, but lethal, when George Floyd, a black man, was suffocated by a white police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Our hearts and thoughts are with the families, friends, and communities who mourn the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and the many victims who never made the headlines. 
 

At bloom365, our vision is to #UprootAbuse in a generation.  It is because of this vision that we denounce racism, injustice and violence in all its forms. 

We stand in solidarity with the Black community. 

Although we struggle with finding the right words to cultivate healing and trust during these times of immense anger, unrest and pain, silence is not an option.

All of us at bloom365 re-affirm our commitment and promise to Bring Love On Others More, 365 Days A Year.

We will continue to have uncomfortable and transformational conversations with teens and the trusted adults in their lives on how rigid gender norms, social acceptance and oppression normalize interpersonal violence. 

As Next Gen anti-violence advocates, we will become more intentional in our efforts to ensure that the experiences of young survivors of color are amplified in every layer of our education, advocacy and activism work. 

And as a team of allies and advocates we will reflect on (and strengthen) our commitment to inclusion and equity - starting with human resources, governance and outreach. 
"Hope" is the belief that things can change for the better. We have hope that the power of LOVE, amplified through a generation, is enough to root out abuse and violence in relationships, homes, schools, and communities.

 

BLOOM365 STANDS IN PEACE AND SOLIDARITY WITH BLACK LIVES MATTER.
 

“When the power of love overcomes the love of power
the world will know peace.”

- Jimi Hendrix

Why We Exist

Isabella

Lead Peer Advocate

Having the opportunity to educate my friends through the 7-Doses has helped me form deeper connections with my peers and made me more aware of the hidden issues plaguing teens.

Layla

Lead Peer Advocate

Advocacy has changed the way I see people. It’s so easy to fall into the thinking that no one really cares about who is getting hurt anymore, but I no longer see it that way. There are people who care. It is that simple fact that keeps my hope of a better world alive and keeps me pushing as an advocate for change.

Avi

Lead Peer Advocate

I choose to be a Lead Peer Advocate in order to activate and amplify the voices of my peers to create a future that supports healthy masculinity, free of sexual violence.

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Uproot Abuse Everywhere You Go

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