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As each day passes with limited social interaction, isolation will become a real truth for many teens. For teens who are exposed to domestic violence at home or who experience verbal, emotional, or cyber abuse from a dating partner or peer, school closures could mean their safe place is gone. School is often an escape from abuse or violence at home, an opportunity to connect with a trusted adult, and a place to engage with supportive friends.

We will continue to update this page with resources

for both teens and adults.

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Preventing teen dating abuse before it starts will help to ensure relationships, homes, schools,
and communities are healthy, safe and free of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

At bloom365, we take a collaborative and comprehensive public health approach to preventing teen dating abuse and sexual violence at the root causes. Through our 7-Dose education curricula, ongoing advocacy and youth-led activism, we change the social norms that support violence. 

Our 7-Dose Curriculum has been moved to our online classroom and still covers all 7-Doses.
We offer this program to both teens and adults. Some of our Maricopa county school partners
are providing this course to their students through e-learning.

Sessions are booked through August, 2020. 

Virtual learning will take place through two live, 3-hour sessions.

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

7- DOSE CURRICULUM

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The support groups we offer help to reduce the isolation of victimization by connecting young survivors with other young survivors who can share and support each other.

 

Our peer-guided group counseling follows a psycho-educational model, providing education on topics suggested by teen peer advocates to enhance healing, safety and self-esteem.

Our weekly peer to peer support groups have been moved online during COIVD-19 and are available for youth 13-24 years old.

ONLINE

PEER SUPPORT GROUPS

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V-PAC is a teen dating abuse/sexual violence prevention project that activates the power of peer connections and peer influence to change unhealthy norms and cultivate a culture of empathy, respect, and consent in GenZ. Increase help-seeking behaviors among peers by removing the barriers to safety, healing and hope for young survivors of abuse and violence. 

BLOOM365 Peer Advocates are a passionate group of teen volunteers who activate their social influence to lead the change to #UprootAbuse in a generation. They partner with "Trusted Adult Allies" to plan and promote three bloom365 outreach campaigns a year.

Sessions will run each Friday in June from 2:00-4:00pm.

ONLINE

VIRTUAL PEER ADVOCATE CREW

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The BLOOM365 Trusted Adult Ally training was created in response to the need for teens to have adults that know how to recognize and respond to interpersonal violence (teen dating abuse, sexual violence, domestic violence) and have resources to provide support and remove barriers to help.

Our 16-hour training is now offered online through a series of three, 3-hour live sessions and on-demand self paced courses. Upon completion of the training, you will be a certified BLOOM365 Trusted Adult Ally and ready to support the youth in your community. 

VIRTUAL CLASSROOM

TRUSTED ADULT ALLY CERTIFICATION

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10 Ways To Reach Out for Help

 

HOTLINES/WARMLINES:

 

BLOOM365 PEER SUPPORT LINE

Peer support and advocacy services for teens and young adults (13-24)

     Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm (MST)

     1-866-606-HOPE (4673)

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE

     1-800-799-7233

NATIONAL TEEN DATING VIOLENCE HOTLINE
     1-866-331-9474

     Text "LOVEIS" to 22522

TEEN LIFELINE 

Resources for suicide and depression within Arizona

3pm-9pm daily

602-248-TEEN (8336)

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE:

     1-800-273-8255

TEXT AND CHAT

FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL HELP AND SUPPORT