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Contact

Isaac Duran
Youth Services Director
915.593.1000 x  523
iduran@casfv.org

Our Impact

Youth Services Department

2013-2014: Teens, Parents, and Administrators served:

  • Bullying:
    • 2352 students
    • 93 parents
    • 220 administrators
  • Teen Intervention and Prevention Program (TIPP):
    • 114 students
    • 148 parents
  • HeRO (Dating Violence Presentation)
    • 6982 students
    • 390 parents
    • 1012 administrators
  • No Means NO
    • 11,159 students
    • 534 parents
    • 671 administrators

casfv’s Youth Services Department targets youth ages 12-21 years of age providing them with early educational sessions.

Youth is a time of growth and development.  Many teens forge meaningful supportive relationships with friends and peers.  Some relationships unfortunately can become unhealthy and many teens begin experiencing dating violence and/or may be victimized by sexual assault at a young age.   

The casfv’s Youth Services Department targets youth ages 12-21 years of age providing them with early educational sessions. Through the educational support, youth are provided with strategies for developing healthy relationships and preventing violence. The department works with local area schools and private organizations. 

HeRO (Healthy Relationship Outreach)

This prevention program allows teens to interact with their peers through discussion and teaches about healthy relationships, warning signs, and effects of dating violence. This program discusses the tactics of power and control and addresses safety planning in light of Texas' House Bill 121. Using conflict-resolution techniques teens are informed on the reality of dating violence.

No Means NO

No Means NO provides educational sessions that empower teenage youth with the tools to have healthy responsible relationships now and in the future. Through workshops youth discuss the legal ramifications of sexual assault (rape), dating violence, and improper photography with mobile phones, internet safety and other related crimes. No Means NO addresses how not to become a victim but also how not to become a perpetrator so all youth can experience healthy relationships free from abuse or violence.

Teen Intervention and Prevention Program (TIPP)

TIPP addresses prevention and intervention strategies based on 12 topics that include respect, trust, healthy choices, honesty, accountability, anger (how to address), effective communication, peer pressure, self esteem/gender roles, sexual respect, and violence/non-violence.  The program is designed to help at-risk youth and their families.

Contact

Isaac Duran
Youth Services Director
915.593.1000 x  523
iduran@casfv.org

Our Impact

Youth Services Department

2013-2014: Teens, Parents, and Administrators served:

  • Bullying:
    • 2352 students
    • 93 parents
    • 220 administrators
  • Teen Intervention and Prevention Program (TIPP):
    • 114 students
    • 148 parents
  • HeRO (Dating Violence Presentation)
    • 6982 students
    • 390 parents
    • 1012 administrators
  • No Means NO
    • 11,159 students
    • 534 parents
    • 671 administrators

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