” campaign is a first-of-its-kind effort designed to increase awareness of family violence and to change the behaviors of individuals who may be witnessing such acts.For the purpose of the campaign, we refer to these individuals as “bystanders.”Bystanders are three times more likely to intervene after seeing a bystander campaign.
Keep in mind that some teens may mistake attention as expressions of love when in fact they are warning signs of control.
Giving up things that are important Isolation from friends Changes in appearance, weight, grades or behavior Unexplainable injuries Fear of making partner angry Preoccupied with pleasing partner Apologizes for partner’s behavior Excuses to questions about the relationship When an abusive family member or partner causes harm or threatens the risk of harm to an individual with whom they are in a trusted relationship.
Most adults want to help but are unsure of how to get involved.
If you think a child is being abused or neglected, you should report it as soon as you become aware of it.
The Center For Family Safety and Healing (TCFSH) created “Where’s The Line?