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For teens

This information can help you understand violence as it affects you. It's important to know what a healthy relationship is. Do you know what it looks like? It's important to recognize an abusive relationship too, and to know where you and your friends can turn for help before things get worse. Take a look through and share with your friends. 
Click on the circles below to download and print in PDF format.


"Talk About It"
Charlottetown teens share their views on healthy and unhealthy relationships
Also see Additional Links and Resources for teens. Sponsored by the Mayor of Charlottetown's Purple Ribbon Taskforce. 

"Just Because" 
Women's Network PEI recently worked with youth across PEI to make a video about the strength, courage, empathy, and wisdom of youth. Here is the result

Where Teens Can Get Help

In an Emergency, call 911

Kids Help Line 1-800-668-6868 (24 hours a day)

Child Abuse Line 1-877-341-3101; after hours 1-800-341-6868

Island Help Line (toll free) 1-800-218-2885 (24 hours a day)

School Guidance Counsellors, teachers and staff

For additional help: If you or someone you know has experienced dating, family or sexual violence see the Family Violence Resource Guide 2013 for information on all of the services and programs available on Prince Edward Island to help.

Also see:
  • Community Legal Information Association of PEI (CLIAPEI) for helpful booklets on dating, family and sexual violence and safety planning.
  • The PEI Rape and Sexual Assault Centre Teen Talk webpage.
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