The title of Foshee’s (1998) article suggests preventative measures to minimize adolescent dating abuse. It is, but I will take issue with a few basic ideas and methods later. Towards that end, “Safe Dates,” a school- and community-based adolescent abuse prevention program was studied to determine if the intervention helped to alleviate intimate partner violence. School activities included a dramatic play, a 10-session curriculum, and a poster contest. The community program included service-provider training and special services. While intimate partner violence is widespread, little research, according to Foshee, has been conducted among teens. This study hoped to fill in that gap in the literature.