Dating Violence Awareness

In Memory of Katie Nicole Key

#Dating Violence Prevention Program

Founded in memory of Katie Nicole Key, the Katie Key Outreach Project brings dating violence awareness to students ages 11 through 18.

 

Katie Nicole Key, an outgoing and bright student of West Greene High School in Greene County Tennessee fell victim to dating violence and lost her life in a tragic murder/suicide in 2007. Founded in 2008, the Katie Key Outreach project brings violence awareness to students via open forum discussions, engaging activities and literature. It is our mission to expose the warning signs and behaviors that could lead to dating violence, provide emotional support and access to counseling services.

What Does the Katie Key Outreach Project Do?

  1. Bring awareness of dating violence to students ages 11 through 18.
  2. Expose warning signs and behaviors that could lead to dating violence.
  3. Provide participants with emotional support.
  4. Provide access to counseling services.

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Serving Greene County, Hawkins County, Hancock County, Johnson County, Washington County, Sullivan County, Carter County and Unicoi County

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WHERE WE WORK

818 West Summer Street

Ste. A

Greeneville, TN 37743

(423) 218-0774

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