Community Safety Network seeks to provide information, understanding and referrals to those seeking to learn more about the effects of violence on children.Advocates are available 24-hours a day, and CSN is pleased to be part of a community of care in Teton County where specially trained professionals provide services for children.Consequently, those in the field have to rely on an framework to examine the problem of teen dating violence.New Media Impact on Teen Dating Violence While dating violence can include physical, emotional, and psychological harm, a new theme is now emerging in the literature on dating violence with respect to psychological abuse using electronic technologies, including cell phones and social media, i.e. While most of the literature on the use of these technologies for interpersonal abuse among teens still focuses on peer abuse and bullying, attention is growing to their specific uses in dating-related emotional abuse.
Following are some examples, though not a complete list, of the differences seen between children in non-violent homes and children exposed to domestic violence.
Monthly sessions include training and peer support on topics including board development, sta management, nancial administration, best practices in services, and much more.
Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Teen Dating Violence.
Shelter and on-going advocacy are available at CSN for adult victims of violence and their children.
Unfortunately, the impact of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking reaches far beyond the adult victim.