Team Up
Connecticut

Using sports as a platform to end dating violence.

 

Life has it's own playbook.

how will you write yours?

 

Coaches play an important role in the lives of young athletes, often influencing the kind of young person they are, and the adults they will become.

They are uniquely positioned to positively affect how young men and young women think and behave, helping to create leaders both on and off the field. Principles of teamwork and fair play make sports an ideal platform to teach healthy relationship skills. 


Coaching Boys to Men + Coaching Girls to Leaders

TeamUp Connecticut is the primary focus of CCADV’s prevention work that combines the nationally-recognized Coaching Boys Into Men program created by Futures Without Violence with the CCADV-compiled Coaching Girls To Leaders curriculum. 

 

 

LEAD THE CHANGE
BRING TEAMUP TO YOUR SCHOOL

I Am a Student I Am a Coach

STUDENTS!

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COACHES!

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An informed coach at the right time could change a student's life.




LET'S CREATE IMPACT TOGETHER.

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“Coaching Girls To Leaders has given us the space to have some of the most difficult, yet most rewarding conversations that I know will positively impact my players’ behavior.”

 

Coach Jess Jackson, Vernon Vipers