Safe relationships, in Estonian Turvalised Suhted, is a preventive cooperation project between victim support of the Social Insurance Board and the Back to School program, within the framework of which 100 teachers from all over Estonia will give guest lessons for 7.-9. class students on the topic of safe and close relationships. In the classes, they explain what safe relationships are, the signs of unsafe relationships, and where to go if a young person notices or experiences such a relationship. Lessons are in Estonian and Russian-speaking schools across Estonia. Each guest teacher goes through victim support training and receives the lesson plan. The visual language of the program was created for the young target group, whose representatives were involved in choosing the most speakable style of drawings.