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  • Empowering Youth to End Domestic Violence

    Everybody has the right to safe and healthy relationships. Break the Cycle's mission is to engage, educate and empower youth to build lives and communities free from domestic violence. Content Detail

    Break the Cycle
  • My Friend is Being Abused. What Can I Do?

    It?s not easy to see someone you care about being hurt in a relationship. But dating violence isn?t a one-time occurrence. It?s a pattern of abusive behaviors?name calling, isolation from friends and family, threats, and even physical harm?that escalate over time. This tip sheet helps address the situation. Content Detail

    Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women
  • Teenage Dating and Violence

    Many topics are covered on this site including the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline, identifying abuse, what to do if you are victim, how to support a friend involved with dating violence, and the teen dating Bill of Rights. This resource also facilitates an interactive Live Chat with an advocate, Content Detail

  • Community Resources for Youth with Disabilities

    This resource provides a variety of community resources and assistance for youth with disabilities. Resources include employment help, legal resources, mental health services, independent living and many more. Content Detail

    The Office of Economic Development
  • Counseling, planning and additional employment assistance

    Employment Works is dedicated to helping individuals with challenges and barriers to employment become self-sufficient and independent with employment assistance and transition counseling. Content Detail

    Employment Works
  • Know the Price - Prevent Rape by Intoxication

    This new public education campaign is aimed at preventing sexual assaults connected to drinking. Content Detail

  • Know Your Rights & Responsibilities Resource for Immigrant Youth

    There are many ways in which your immigration status, whether you have a green card or are undocumented can impact your ability to get a job, go to college, or even remain in the United States. This resource was created especially for immigrant youth. Content Detail

    Immigrant Legal Resource Center
  • Know Your Rights! What to do if questioned by Police, FBI, Customs Agents or Immigration Officers.

    This resource addresses an individual's rights depending on age, situation, location and citizenship status, read the pamphlet to find out more. Content Detail

    National Lawyers Guild
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  • Helping Teens

    Through Goodwill's career development programs, students learn the principles of self-awareness, goal-setting and decision making. Goodwill provides classroom instruction, one-on-one support, and job opportunities to help teens stay in school, gain valuable life skills and become leaders in their communities. Content Detail

    Goodwill Youth Services
  • Identity Theft and Children

    Child Identity Theft occurs when a child's identity is used by another person for the imposter's personal gain. This resource explores the potential impact this crime will have on a child's life from the moment of discovery and into the future. Content Detail

    Identity Theft Resource Center
  • Rights of Parents with Students who have Special Needs

    Provides detailed information about a parent?s right to request a due process hearing and provides model request forms. (You must have Adobe Reader on your computer. Go to, click on the yellow icon "Get Adobe Reader" and download the program to your computer. Content Detail

    Council for Disability Rights
  • The Effects of DV on Children

    Potential effects, parents, safety, age-specific indicators, working with children, statistics and a child's own safety plan all can be found on this site. Content Detail

  • Enhancing Child Safety and Online Technologies

    Along with the positive aspects of Internet use come risks to safety, including the dangers of sexual solicitation, online harassment, and exposure to problematic and illegal content. The Task Force was asked to determine the extent to which today's technologies could help to address these online safety risks, with a primary focus on social network sites in the US. Content Detail

    Internet Safety Technical Task Force
  • Hilltop - Youth Services

    This organization provides support, guidance and structure to youth as they work through the youth adjudication system, or simply needs a safe place to sleep. Hilltop also has therapeutic space and professional youth workers to assist individuals. Content Detail

  • Justice Corps Colorado Springs

    Staffed by volunteers, the purpose of this program is to supplement the help provided in the Self Help Center of the El Paso County Combined Courthouse for the public in the Pikes Peak region, by helping you gain access to the resources you need to answer your questions regarding family law and other civil matters (not criminal). Read More

    Justice Corps Colorado Springs