Prevention and Youth: The CAFE Project + Teen Dating Violence and Prevention Month

Creative Actions for Equality (CAFE) is Texas’ statewide youth engagement project. These youth-centered creative arts action plans zero in on three core themes that promote an end to dating abuse:

Gender Equality • Healthy Relationships • Nonviolence

Support teens in your community as they participate in one or more creative action during the month of February (Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month) and beyond. Then spread the wealth by showcasing their work in your community and through the Texas Council on Family Violence.

TCFV’s Youth and Teen Engagement Project goals are to empower youth to build communities free from violence; to support family violence programs via youth arts, activism, and leadership training and to equip schools and educators to embrace a whole-school approach for making healthy relating the norm.

Click the thumbnails below to download individual pieces of the CAFE Toolkit, or click here to download the entire Toolkit.

CAFE Toolkit includes:
• Introductory Letter from Gloria Aguilera Terry, TCFV President
• Facilitators Guide (which includes release form for submissions)
• Creative Actions for Equality Toolkit (CAFE)
• Two TDVAPM Posters