Monday, October 18, 2010

Love or Abuse: When Do Teen Relationships Cross the Line?

Tina Croucher, age 18, loved to sing. She was the youngest of four children and a part-time college student in Ohio. In 1992, an abusive ex-boyfriend broke into her family’s home and shot her. Tina’s parents never saw it coming.

Join us to learn more about the difference between healthy teen dating and relationships that turn emotionally or physically violent. Most importantly, learn what parents, professionals and schools can do to prevent teen relationship abuse.

Tina’s parents, Jim and Elsa Croucher, will share their experience and what they have learned about teen dating violence since their daughter’s murder. The training will cover the warning signs of abusive relationships, the new state mandate for teen dating violence education in schools and local resources available to support your efforts.

Thursday, November 4

8:30 am Registration and Breakfast
9:00-10:00 am Keynote by Jim and Elsa Croucher, parents of Tina Croucher
10:00-11:30 am Teen Dating Violence Prevention Professional Training

Location: The Wuliger Center, Bellefaire JCB
22001 Fairmount Boulevard, Shaker Heights, 44118

Fee: $35 per person
Pre-Registration required, space is limited. Deadline November 1.

Register online at: or call 330-929-3382 for information
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