With roots dating to 1864, Girls Incorporated has worked to meet girls' changing needs. Research, evaluation and training conducted by the organization's National Resource Center provide the foundation for all Girls Inc. programs. Now you can access our online resources and order publications to support the girls in your life!
Looking for information on girls' issues? Our library of resources cover a wide range of topics including:
- The Girls' Bill of Rights
- Healthy Relationships
- Supporting Girls Through Talking and Listening
- Girls and Economic Literacy
- Girls and the Media
- Girls and Sexuality
It’s important to talk with girls about the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and their right to be respected and safe. Relationship or dating violence is not limited to physical violence and may include emotional abuse, such as threats, intimidation, or blaming the person for the abuser’s actions. Take a moment to read about the signs of relationship violence.
Resources for Talking to Your Kids
Talking to young people about tragedy can be difficult. The following document can help you talk to the young people in your life.
Puberty. We all went through it, but that doesn't make it an easy topic to discuss. Do you remember all the excitement, fears and questions you had? Girls still need honest and reliable information about the changes that come with growing up. Check out our Tips for Parents.
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