The Mission

Studies show that up to a third of teenage girls and one out of ten boys have experienced an abusive relationship, or knows someone who has. Our mission is to educate young people on how to identify abuse, avoid becoming involved with potentially abusive individuals, and find support for themselves or their peers who are in abusive relationships.


We offer curriculum-based workshops which are designed to provide a safe space for pre-teens, teenagers and young adults to become more knowledgeable about various forms of abuse. In addition, we aim to give young people the skills they need to communicate effectively and gravitate toward healthy relationships in their day to day lives. Our classes and programs are designed to create peer leaders by utilizing our mentoring services, certificate classes, assemblies, as well as professional resources and partnerships in the community. According to the CDC, teen dating violence is a public health problem. At Nah B, we believe that early intervention is the key to prevention.

What We Do

What We Do

Our program provides classes and other events where young people learn how to recognize the signs of various forms of abuse (physical, verbal, emotional, etc), how to communicate effectively, and how to find help for themselves or their friends who are in abusive relationships. 


Contact us today if you would like us to offer our program at your school, church, community center, or other venue.

The Mission