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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month
February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month (TDVAM). In honor of TDVAM The Retreat is working to promote teen voices, and raise awareness about the dating abuse that teens experience. Throughout the month and as Valentine's Day approaches, it is important to empower youth by advocating for meaningful and inclusive conversations about healthy relationships, built on mutual love, respect, and trust. Please share our resources with anyone you think could use them.
Bloomin’4 Good Bouquets
Show your love throughout the month by giving those you love, and yourself, one of these beautiful bouquets. For each Bloomin' 4 Good bouquet sold at the East Hampton Stop & Shop during the month of February, The Retreat will receive a donation of $1. Each eligible bouquet has a special red sticker on it and sells for $10.99.
East Hampton Stop & Shop
Survey: The Impact of Harm and Violence
This survey, open through March 31, 2023, is for anyone who has experienced or witnessed harm, violence, or victimization firsthand, or known someone in their community who has harm.
NYS Office of Victims Services, Council of State Governments Victim Impact
Teen Clothing Swap
The Montauk Library will host its first teen clothing swap on Saturday, April 22. Seventh to 12th grade students can exchange gently used clothing, engaging in more sustainable fashion practices. Clothing should be clean and in good condition and can be dropped off at the library on Fridays starting April 7. The library will issue community service hours to teens who volunteer to sort contributions or execute the event day. Remaining clothes from the event will be donated to The Retreat. The library will be collecting new full-size toiletries to donate to The Retreat as well. For more information, call the library at 631-668-3377.
Montauk Library

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