Dating violence schools
Parents should develop common goals with their teen, including being healthy and doing well in school. Parents who make an effort to know their teen’s friends and know what their teen is doing can help their teen stay safe and feel cared about. Parents can access many organizations and online information resources to learn more about how they can support their LGB teen, other family members, and their teen’s friends.
department provides comprehensive family violence programming that aims to prevent, interrupt and end the cycle of violence within family systems.
Health Education provides students with the knowledge and skills they need to be healthy throughout their lifetime.
The intent of a comprehensive health education program is to motivate students to maintain and improve their health, prevent disease, and avoid or reduce health related risk behaviors.
More Resources for Parents to Help Them Better Understand and Respond to the Needs of LGBTQ Adolescents More research is needed to better understand the associations between parenting and the health of LGB youth.
The following are research-based steps parents can take to support the health and well-being of their LGB teen: Talk and listen.