Students at Casco Bay High School created this video as part of a week-long intensive on dating abuse, sexual assault, empowered self defense, and activism.

A Thin Line can be used as a talking tool to open up a conversation on digital abuse, test awareness, and help encourage action on the issue at home or in school.

Love is Not Abuse has information on warning signs of dating abuse and what parents should be looking for. They also have a curriculum and online training for educators.

Coaching Female Athletes offers athletic coaches a 12 week “playbook,” which includes discussions around gender bias and oppression of women, self esteem, women’s roles in sports and culture, positive body image, female competition, and female leadership.

Coaching Boys Into Men engages athletic coaches through the Coaches Leadership Program to help shape the attitudes and behaviors of young male athletes.  

Maine Boys to Men offers programs that work to reduce interpersonal violence, specifically male violence against women and girls, and support the development of emotionally fluent, civically engaged boys.

Portland Defending Childhood is one of eight sites in the country that works to both prevent children’s exposure to violence and reduce negative effects of violence. They offer information, support and evidence-based treatment.