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Dating Violence is Against the Law.

Dating violence is the physical, sexual, emotional and/or verbal abuse by a dating partner.

Dating violence may consist of harassment, intimidation, threats, and physical or verbal abuse. Dating violence can be as simple as limiting independence, such as telling someone what to wear, who they can be friends with, and limiting activities without the partner.

Dating violence is against the law. Montana state recognizes dating violence as Partner or Family Member Assault and/or Stalking.

Questions to ask when deciding who to date...

  • Does this person have to always know where you are?
  • Does this person ask for your opinion about things?
  • Does this person have other interests besides you?
  • Does this person listen to you when you speak?

See links on Resources page for additional information.

See Teen Issues page for specific issues.