Did you know that one in three teens will experience dating violence?

The "Healthy Relationships" curriculum is an evidence-based, school-based program designed to stop or prevent the initiation of psychological, physical, and sexual abuse on dates or between young individuals involved in a dating relationship. Healthy Relationships is a highly engaging and interactive curriculum delivered in several sessions. It addresses attitudes and behaviors associated with dating violence. Healthy Relationships helps teens recognize the difference between caring, supportive relationships and controlling, manipulative, or abusive dating relationships.

It is currently being taught in middle and high Pueblo City Schools along with District 70 middle and high schools.

Please contact our Violence Prevention Advocate at (719) 542-6904 if you need help with a dating violence situation, are interested in learning more about our Healthy Relationships curriculum or would like to schedule the program for a school or education program.


Domestic Violence Program

The YWCA Domestic Violence Services provides a 24-hour crisis line which is answered by trained advocates.

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Teresa's Place

Teresa’s Place provides a safe, secure, and culturally accessible place for parents to visit or exchange their children...

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Domestic Violence Fact Sheets

Below are fact sheets on domestic violence put together by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV).
Note: DV = Domestic Violence

Our Facilities

Pueblo YWCA
801 N. Santa Fe Ave.
Pueblo, CO 81003

Teresa’s Place
119 West 8th St.
Pueblo, CO  81003


Hours of Operation

Pueblo YWCA
Mon.:- Fri.: 8 am – 5 pm
Sat.-Sun: Closed

Teresa’s Place
Mon.- Fri.: 12 pm – 8 pm
Sat.: 10 am – 6 pm
Sun.: Closed


Get In Touch

Office: 719-542-6904
Crisis Hotline: 719-545-8195
DV Services: 719-545-8195
Fax: 719-595-1796
National Teen
Violence Hotline: 866-331-9474

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Important Resources

Middle School Students

High School Students

Healthy Relationships

Understanding Teen Dating Violence