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Jennifer Ann's Group

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Crime & Law, Domestic Violence, Health, Human Services, Protection Against Abuse, Public Health

Mission: Preventing teen dating violence and promoting healthy relationships for young people around the world in memory of Jennifer Ann Crecente.

Results: Through our award winning program, 'Gaming Against Violence' we have produced dozens of free prosocial video games about public health issues impacting young people. Topics include: bystander awareness, consent, gaslighting, healthy relationships, and teen dating violence prevention. Our games have also been the focus of two journal-published research articles showing that these prosocial video games are effective at changing unhealthy beliefs or attitudes regarding relationship and gender norms.

Target demographics: adolescents, parents, educators

Geographic areas served: global

Programs: ► produce, publish, research free video games about public health issues ► promote healthy relationship information online ► distribute free educational resources about consent & healthy dating

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General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Jennifer Ann's Group is doing incredible work. They are using technology to reach young people and help them understand dating violence. By making video games they make sure that teens are able to learn about dating abuse on their own rather than waiting for parents or teachers to talk with them about this important topic.


Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

This nonprofit group has developed an incredible program to directly address the complicated issue of teen dating violence. By producing free video games they are directly reaching young people - as well as providing free educational resources for in-class use.

This powerful and innovative use of video games to drive positive social change is the approach we should be using for all issues affecting adolescents!