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Join our #CSVANW Photo Challenge Help us support and encourage Native youth while also bringing awareness to TDVAM by participating in the #CSVANW Photo Challenge throughout the month of February.
Be sure to use our hashtags – #CSVANW #CSVANWYouth #Lets Taco Bout It!
Join Our Social Media Conversation on TDV Join our conversation with students at the Native American Community Academy on Teen Dating Violence via Snapchat and Twitter (@CSVANW) as we strategize how to address teen dating violence in New Mexico Tribal communities! Provides trained peer advocates that are available 24/7 to offer education, support, and advocacy to teens, young adults, and concerned friends and family member who may have questions or concerns.
All conversations with peer advocates via phone, chat, or text are free and confidential.
Speaking to the Sunday People last year she said: "Babies are definitely in my future.
I’m maternal and everybody who knows me knows just how much I love children.
Did you know that February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM)?
by Keioshiah Peter, CSAVNW Native Youth Coordinator.
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Although there are many challenges in out tribal communities, the resiliency of our young people and their willingness to contribute their knowledge is an important tool towards eliminating TDV in our communities.