*Talking About Touching. This program uses time-honored, developmentally appropriate teaching techniques to help children learn safety skills. These include refusing and reporting unsafe touches but also encompass basic safety skills (such as for cars, bikes, and fire) and the Always Ask First Rule. It’s a great way to talk to young children about sensitive but essential topics.
*Dating Safety: What is a Healthy Relationship? This is a 60 minute presentation targeted towards 7th through 9th graders that discusses what a healthy dating relationship looks like. Topics include: statistics for teen dating violence, healthy vs. unhealthy relationship characteristics, power and control, types of abuse, drugs/alcohol and abuse, and how to protect yourself.
*Dating Safety: Consent. This is a 60 minute presentation targeted towards 7th through 9th graders that discusses the importance of consent in sexual relationships. Topics covered include: sexual assault myths, teen sexual assault statistics, consent, alcohol/drugs and consent, rape culture, victim blaming, bystander intervention, and sexual responsibilities
*Sexual Assault: Trauma and Effects on Survivors (New). This is a 60 minute presentation for professionals who want to learn more about how trauma impacts the brain and the effects trauma has on survivors of sexual assault.
More workshops will be available Fall of 2014, so check back soon!
If you are interested in any of the above listed workshops, please contact the Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator by calling 970-641-2712 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.