Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
An evidence-based program from One Love Foundation
Kristi House offers two evidence-based programs to provide young people with the tools and resources they need to see the signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships. Both “The 10 Signs” and “Amor del Bueno” (Good Love) are evidence-based programs developed by the national One Love organization to bring life-saving prevention education to teens through developmentally appropriate and emotionally compelling films to strike up conversations. Each program includes hands-on activities that help teens think through strategies to handle these all-too-common and real-life situations.
- Understand and engage in conversations about healthy and unhealthy relationships using the 10 Signs
- Practice healthy behaviors
- Communicate boundaries and practice consent
- How to help a friend
- Navigate break-ups
- Access resources
The 10 Signs
Grades 6 – 12, 3-minute video, 60-minute workshop, 1 session
This single session program begins with a 3-minute video, “The 10 Signs,” which showcases signs of healthy and unhealthy relationships. Students will be guided through discussions and participate in activities so that they are able to identify these signs in their own lives, as well as recognize the healthy and unhealthy relationships they see in movies, television shows and other media.
Amor del Bueno
Grades 8 – 12, 15-minute video, 50-minute workshops, 1 – 3 sessions
Amor del Bueno is a riveting and relatable 15-minute film written and produced by teens. The film portrays a high school aged Latinx couple going through an abusive relationship. The film is followed by a facilitated discussion meant to help participants explore the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationship behaviors. This guide is designed for use with any group of young people you want to get talking with each other about healthy relationships – classes, afterschool programs, faith-based youth groups, sports teams, groups of friends, and more.