I now feel more comfortable with my surroundings and more confident that I will make responsible and healthy decisions throughout the future,” states grade 11 student, Hannah Gillis.
Hannah took part in the school-based, Canadian Women’s Foundation funded, Healthy Relationships for Youth program in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
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Toronto (ON) – February 21, 2012 – Canadian teens are experiencing dating violence in record numbers and need help to stay safer.
Canadian Women’s Foundation, Canada’s public foundation for women and girls, is raising funds and investing in teen healthy relationship programs across Canada, where youth will learn how to stop the violence - for good.
In the teen healthy relationship programs, skills are taught through a combination of classroom work and discussion that draw on healthy relationship foundations, boundary setting, gender stereotypes, preventing dating violence and assertive communication.
More than 60 percent said that the programs influenced their choice in partners, or helped them decide to leave an unhealthy relationship.
“The program helped me learn how to recognize healthy and unhealthy relationships and how to overcome possible problems and issues that could lead to an unhealthy relationship.
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