The latest in our youth violence prevention movement:

February is Black History Month!

Here are a few signs that your partner is using controlling tactics, and isn't just being "protective."

Navigating meals and food around holidays can be tough.

Navigating conversations and questions during this time of year can be challenging, but we're here to help.

A student shares with us how stereotypes and cancel culture can be reductive and harmful.

We think it's important that your voice is heard - check out where to find your polling center.

Do you know how to identify gaslighting when it happens to you or a friend?

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Meditation has many benefits, and can help with the overall experience of your day.

It's Hispanic Heritage Month, and you can celebrate around the Twin Cities!

One of our interns shares her thoughts about shadowing us in a school.

We all deal with peer pressure - let's break it down a little bit.

Let's talk about how to talk to other people about your boundaries.

Our MVP intern answers some questions about dealing with stress and anxiety.

We explore why some people may use violent behaviors and how to unlearn those.

We explore healthy and unhealthy friendship traits with the help of our intern.

Boundaries are an important and necessary part of our everyday lives and relationships.

Practicing empathy is an important part of connecting with others and maintaining relationships.

It's summer, so it's time to update our in-school healthy relationships lessons. Will you help us?

Come with us as we navigate how to deal with being away from what's familiar.

Boundary-setting is very important in relationships, so we discuss some of the things to keep in mind when talking with your partner about expectations.

As the near the end of the school year, and seasons shift, things may feel in transition. Come with us as we explore ways to deal with transition and change.

Don't get overwhelmed as you tidy up this spring!

It's not always easy to find healthcare providers that work for you - including mental healthcare providers! Here are some tips.

Find out about what resources are available for survivors, and help raise awareness.