Students! Let's TeamUp.


Wins matter.
So does behavior
off the field.


Let’s face it, being a teen, navigating relationships, and balancing your mental and emotional well-being isn’t always easy. But many of the leadership skills you learn on the field can also be used to positively impact your school environment. And TeamUp CT can help!

By participating, you and your teammates will acquire tools and skills to model respect, integrity, and non-violence through healthy conflict resolution and effective communication. Through conversations about unhealthy, harmful relationship behaviors vs. healthy behaviors, you’ll also be equipped to encourage active bystander accountability among your peers.

As a student athlete, you know what it takes to win – solid skill and good teamwork. With TeamUp CT, you can build off those same leadership skills to foster a supportive space among your peers that normalizes healthy, positive relationships. Raise your voice and lead the cultural shift in your community that promotes and inspires confidence, resilience, and respect.


Why join TeamUp?


Being a leader off the field is as important as being a leader on the field.


By challenging harmful stereotypes and behaviors, you can create change.


Your leadership will promote a culture of inclusivity and respect.



Looking for a way to build leadership skills?
Bring TeamUp to your school.



Helping young men become good men.

Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) is an evidence-based prevention program developed by Futures Without Violence. Designed to teach respect, integrity and non-violence to young male athletes, it highlights the importance of personal responsibility.

+ Builds healthy relationship skills.

+ Promotes positive mental health practices.

+ Emphasizes violence never equals strength.

Coaching Girls
to Leaders

Confidence is what turns thoughts into action.

Coaching Girls to Leaders (CGTL) is a prevention program compiled by CCADV. Designed to inspire female athletes through the importance of respect for themselves and others, it fosters their ability to take an active role in promoting healthy relationships and a supportive culture.

+ Builds confidence, resilience, and respect.

+ Promotes communication of healthy boundaries.

+ Teaches healthy vs. unhealthy relationship behaviors.