Preventing abuse and exploitation is central to the work of My Sisters' Place, and a critical part of our mission to end domestic violence and human trafficking.

In 1981, recognizing the need to reach out to young people on issues such as teen dating violence, rape culture, and consent, MSP established the Domestic Violence Education and Prevention Program (DVEP) to directly engage the next generation.

Today, DVEP’s specially designed range of programs reach youth, parents, and adults that work with youth, who wish to know more about issues that deeply impact themselves and their children. DVEP programs are thoughtful, engaging, well-researched, and tailored to their audience, helping participants of all backgrounds to identify abuse and learn how to establish and maintain healthy relationships.

DVEP programs include:

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