Expect Respect SF

Expect Respect SF (ER/SF) is a collaborative of San Francisco domestic and sexual violence prevention programs–including Project SURVIVE at College of San Francisco, La Casa de las Madres, The Riley Center, and San Francisco Women against Rape working to promote healthy and violence-free dating among all youth through youth-centered, culturally-sensitive education.

Our goal is to introduce healthy relationship workshops to all San Francisco public high school students.

Our work is linked to social movements that acknowledge and resist systematic political, economic, and social oppression. Health education that seeks to prevent and repair physical, sexual, and psychological injury in teen dating relationships, as well as older adult relationships, must address the links among various forms of oppression, such as racism, classism, sexism, heterosexism, homophobia, transphobia, ageism, ableism, and anti-Semitism/anti-Arabism. We also believe that prevention education among youth is the best way to decrease interpersonal violence in the future older adult population.

Expect Respect SF receives funding from The David B. Gold Foundation.

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What is Dating Violence?

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Contact us at lsimon@ccsf.edu.

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