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The latest edition of the POWER Youth’s zine can be found here, so check it out!
February is Teen Dating Violence Prevention & Awareness month. Four members of our POWER (Proud Of Wanting Equal Relationships) group made this Public Service Announcement to commemorate it. Click on the screen below and have a look!
We are seeking information and stories in support of a bill that would
expand the documentation that tenants can use to break their leases
due to domestic violence. If you have experience with individuals who
have needed to break their leases due to domestic violence, sexual
assault, or stalking, please complete this brief survey:
to others who may have experience with this issue. Please complete the
survey by Feb. 24. or email stories directly to email@example.com
Currently, survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and
stalking who want to break their leases without being penalized must
have certain documentation. This documentation is limited to either a
police report or restraining order. There is no requirement that
landlords keep this documentation confidential. We are gathering
information on the need to expand the permissible documentation so
that more survivors are able to terminate their leases and move to
safe homes. We are also seeking feedback on the need to keep this
The Legal Advocate, under the supervision of the Manager of Systems Advocacy, assists clients with their legal needs regarding restraining orders and/or immigration relief. The Legal Advocate provides support and advocacy for victims of domestic violence within various systems including: law enforcement, jails, prisons, and courts – and throughout their experience within the legal system.
Teen Dating Violence (DV) Prevention and Awareness Month is a national effort to raise awareness about abuse in teen and 20-something relationships and promote programs that prevent it during the month of February.
You can find out more at the Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month website.