Teen Relationship Abuse Prevention

Healthy Love is Respectful Love 

Know the Signs of Abuse and Stand Up for Healthy Relationships 

Teen dating violence can happen in person or electronically including repeated texting or posting sexual pictures of a partner online without their permission. Teens often think some behaviors like teasing and name-calling are a “normal” part of a relationship, but these behaviors can become abusive and develop into serious forms of violence.

About 1 in 9 female and 1 in 36 male high school students report having experienced sexual dating violence in the last year

Nearly 1 in 11 female and about 1 in 15 male high school students report having experienced physical dating violence in the last year

Unhealthy or violent relationships can have severe short and long-term effects on a developing teen.

Teen Relationship Abuse Prevention (TRAP) Program

Option House is excited to introduce our new program, TRAP program. TRAP program has the goal to focus on San Bernardino County’s middle schoolers and high schoolers and provide them and their families, and schools teen dating abuse prevention resources that’ll teach safe, equal and healthy relationships skills. According to the Kids Data website, in the year 2020, 1,946 school age youth had reported teen dating violence. That number doesn't include the incidents that go unreported and addressed. 


TRAP program is providing a resource with the goals of Assisting them to reestablish their sensitivity to cycle of abuse and dysfunctional behavior and All members of family understand the impacts of dating abuse on the kids and their future relationships.

We understand that some families don’t want their teens dating until they’re older. TRAP program doesn’t push or promote dating, but it will prepare your child for when they may be dating in the future. TRAP program also does not discuss any sexually explicit content. We’ll be talking about sexual assault (date rape), but in more general terms. The goal of this program is to help teens be safe as they develop healthy relationships with friends.

For more information, please contact our TRAP program at (909) 383-1602 x109 or via email at tdvp@optionhouseinc.com.

Key Highlights of our TRAP Program

Empowering Youth

We provide engaging workshops and educational resources that promote self-esteem, healthy communication, consent, boundaries, and conflict resolution skills. Through interactive activities and open discussions, we equip young people with the tools they need to navigate relationships in a safe and respectful manner.

Community Collaboration

We actively collaborate with local organizations, schools, and community leaders to raise awareness about teen relationship abuse prevention. Together, we can create a united front against relationship violence and foster a culture of respect and support.

Training for Influential Adults

We offer specialized training sessions for coaches, teachers, and parents, enabling them to recognize the signs of teen relationship abuse, respond effectively, and provide ongoing support to youth. By strengthening the skills of these influential figures, we create a network of support that extends beyond the classroom and into the daily lives of young individuals.

Teen Intervention

One on One Support

Training School and Organization Staff

Parental Support and Training

Join us for an empowering Teen Relationships Abuse Prevention Workshop presented by Option House at Project Fighting Chance! 🌟

🗓️ Every Saturday from September 16th to November 11th, we invite all teens to participate in this life-changing workshop. 🌈

Here’s what you can expect:

🥐 Continental breakfast to kickstart your day

🥊 FREE boxing fitness training workshop to boost confidence and strength

⏰ Workshop timings: 9:30 am to 12:00 pm

💪 Take charge of your relationships and learn essential skills to build healthy connections. Gain insights, knowledge, and tools to prevent abuse and promote respect in your relationships. 💑

📍 Location: @projectfightingchance

1717 W. 5th St. San Bernardino, Ca 92411

📞 For more information, contact Project Fighting Chance at (909)-838-9117.

🌟 Don’t miss this opportunity to empower yourself and make a difference. Spread the word and bring your friends along! 🌟