Love Notes has won recognition as a Finalist in the category Classroom: Supplemental Resources- Social-Emotional And Character Learning, from the American Association of Publishers.

New Issue Brief describes the results of the Love Notes study and documents the promise this curriculum holds to reduce the teen pregnancy rate by focusing on building healthy relationships.

The Dibble Institute is thrilled to announce that its relationship skills program, Love Notes, has been added to list of teen pregnancy prevention Evidence Based Programs (EBP) maintained by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Love Notes was included based on statistically significant decreases in sexual activity, increases in contraceptive use, and avoidance of pregnancy....
The report is here.

The Dibble Institute is thrilled to announce that its relationship skills program, Love Notes, has been added to list of teen pregnancy prevention Evidence Based Programs (EBP) maintained by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Love Notes was included based on statistically significant decreases in sexual activity, increases in contraceptive use, and avoidance of pregnancy....
The report is here.

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Teen Domestic Violence

Strong Predictor of Adult DV

A study conducted by the University of Calgary is the first to demonstrate, in a U.S. national sample, that adolescent dating violence is related to a cycle of violence from teen to adulthood. MORE>>.

Love Notes

Love Notes Training

July 25-26 – Denver, CO

A 2-day Love Notes training is coming to Denver, Colorado on July 25-26, 2017 prior to the National Association of Relationship and Marriage Educators (NARME) conference! MORE>>

 
2nd Wednesday Webinar

SECOND WEDNESDAY WEBINAR –

May 10

Essential Collaborations:

Successfully Implementing Relationship Education with Underserved Students MORE >>

The X-Plan

The X-Plan Is One Tool

To Help Teens Deal With Peer Pressure

When teens need to get out of uncomfortable situations, the X-Plan might come in handy. The plan is simple: Teens text the letter "X" to a parent or an older sibling when they need help... MORE>>