About Hazelden Publishing
Hazelden Publishing is the leading publisher of evidence-based prevention programs. Hazelden has a full line of K–12 violence prevention and alcohol and other drug prevention resources that are recognized by the federal government for their strong research base and ease of use.
Along with the award-winning Safe Dates dating violence prevention program, Hazelden also publishes these evidence-based programs: the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, Lifelines: A Suicide Prevention Program, Project Northland and Protecting You/Protecting Me.
Hazelden Publishing is part of the larger Hazelden Foundation, one of the world's largest and most respected private not-for-profit alcohol and drug addiction treatment centers. Thousands from every state and more than 40 countries have turned to Hazelden for quality care and expertise on addiction and recovery issues. Hazelden is headquartered in Center City, Minnesota with additional facilities in Oregon, New York, Illinois and Florida.
For more information on Hazelden’s award-winning prevention programs, click here or call 1-800-328-9000.
About Break the Cycle
Break the Cycle is the leading national advocacy organization working exclusively on teen dating violence. Break the Cycle advocates for policy and legislative changes that will better protect the rights and promote the health of teens nationwide. Engaging, educating and empowering youth through prevention and intervention programs, Break the Cycle helps young people escape abuse and build healthy relationships.
Break the Cycle operates from offices in Los Angeles, California and Washington, DC.
For more information about Break the Cycle’s programs and resources, click here or call 310-286-3383.