Programs

Prevention Programs


Life Skills Training

Teaches skills that children will find helpful for the rest of their lives, including alcohol and substance abuse education

Generation RX

Young adults learn about prescription safety and the dangers of opioids

Safe Dates

Teaches teens, male and female, to recognize behaviors that are associated with dating abuse and violence. The emphasis is on creating the awareness required to keep themselves and others safe during these early dating years

Kid’s Don’t Gamble – Wanna Bet?

Discourages underage gambling and improves critical thinking by focusing on the addictive realities of gambling

T.R.U.S.T.

Promotes respect, understanding, and tolerance, thereby instilling concepts which will help children understand the root cause of sexual violence and how to prevent it

Care-ageous Kids

Helps children develop the positive social skills that will reduce the likelihood of future violent behavior

Bystander Intervention Education

Encourages teens and young adults to focus on the moral responsibility of stepping in to help others vs. the choice of stepping away from assisting others who are being victimized

Red Ribbon Week

An alcohol, tobacco and other drug and violence prevention awareness campaign conducted annually in October

Jeans for Justice

Advocates social change to eradicate sexual violence by educating and mobilizing young people and communities through awareness

Kick Butts Day

Raises awareness of the tobacco problem, encouraging youth to stay tobacco-free

Coaching Boys Into Men

Coaching Boys into Men (CBIM) is a violence prevention program for athletic coaches

designed to inspire them to teach their young male athletes about the importance of respect

for themselves, others, and particularly women and girls.