Advocate’s Guide to Talking to Parents/Guardians About Healthy Relationships and Sexual Violence Prevention for Children and Youth
Learning healthy relationship skills is a vital part of sexual violence prevention and sex education, all of which are most impactful when taught together. Parents/guardians play a significant role in what their children are learning at home and have the power to influence their schools, neighborhoods, and local communities. By building relationships with parents/guardians, advocates can address common concerns and misconceptions about sexual violence, promote healthy relationship skills, and uplift parents/guardians as prevention allies.
Last modified: 11/2/2022