We provide training programs tailored to the specific needs of civic groups, social service providers, health care providers, municipalities, and local businesses.
We work hard to implement an education program which will:
Our community education work includes evidence-informed child sexual abuse prevention programs "People in the Know" and The Children's Safety Partnership, programs that are for adults to learn about preventing sexual violence in their families and communities.
We also provide :
If you are interested in having a training on a different topic,
please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your request!
Our prevention education efforts include free, age appropriate, research-based programs for students Pre-K through college. These programs are also designed to meet the standards of the Maine Learning Results and are created in partnership with the Maine Department of Education and the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault. For more information about the primary prevention of sexual violence, visit our primary prevention page.
We offer the following presentations, which can be tailored to meet your needs and requests.
- Personal Body Safety: types of touch, disclosing, and trusted adults
- Online Safety/Internet Safety: cyber harassment, online protection, and trusted adults
- Media Literacy: impacts on self image and perpetuating gender stereotypes, media violence impacts
- Bystander Intervention: bystander roles, challenges, and taking action
- Sexual Harassment: sexual harassment vs. flirting, social and peer influences, and communicating boundaries
- Healthy Communication: peer-to-peer communication
- Gender Stereotypes: gender respect and equality and gender-based behavior and violence
- Sexual Violence: what is sexual violence, consent, and how to help
- Consent: the ins and outs of what consent means
- Campus Safety