Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month Proclamation of Support

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM), a national campaign that creates awareness about the high rate of U.S. teens (one out of every three) who are impacted by physical, verbal, sexual and emotional abuse every year. The Osage Nation Family Violence Program (ONFVP) is actively supporting the campaign by sharing information online, getting information to schools and students, and by garnering support from Osage Nation leadership. On Monday, ONFVP Director Olivia “Libbi” Gray met with Osage Nation Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear to update him on awareness efforts from the Osage Nation and photographs with the Chief signing a proclamation of support on behalf of the Osage Nation for TDVAM. 

Read the full news release - Chief Standing Bear and Family Violence Program kick-off Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

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