Every February, people across the United States join together for a national effort to bring awareness to teen dating violence. 

A staggering 1 in 3 teens in the U.S. will experience physical, sexual, or emotional abuse by someone they are in a relationship with before a dulthood. By joining together during Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, we can spread awareness and stop dating abuse before it starts.

All month long, the CCS Prevention, Education, and Advocacy Services team will be sharing resources focused on teen dating violence, healthy relationships, boundaries, consent, and more. Be sure to follow them on Instagram at @CCS_Prevents!

Everyone has a part in ending dating abuse, even if that one thing seems small in the moment. Every step towards ending dating violence is an important one!

Wear Orange Day
Tuesday, February 11th

Join CCS in this nationwide awareness campaign and wear Orange 4 Love! Be sure to snap a photo and share with us on CCS' social media pages, Instagram and Facebook. Don't forget the hashtag #Orange4Love !

Mark Your Calendar!


CCS will hold our annual Tea & Tonic event on Thursday, April 30, 2020 at the historic US GRANT Hotel. The afternoon event celebrates our community of supporters, who are dedicated to ending intimate partner and sexual violence. We are honored to hear remarks from keynote speaker  Chanel Miller .

Tickets and tables are on sale now! Sponsorship opportunities still available.  Click here for more details. We hope to see you there!
Thank You!

We are excited to announce a recent grant award from the San Diego County Bar FoundationThese funds will provide operating support for intervention and healing programs and services that help survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault across San Diego County. The vital work we do is made possible in part by grants from organizations like the SDCBF, and we are grateful for their continued support!

A big thank you to Merlin's Magic Wand (MMW)  for the generous donation of 50 tickets to Legoland, which will allow children have been impacted by the trauma of violence an opportunity to enjoy a fun day at the park with their family. Thank you, MMW!
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