Safe Passage not only helps survivors, we work toward reducing violence through prevention education. We provide individual and group programs that teach ways to recognize domestic violence and how to safely intervene and help.
Our Teen Outreach program offers presentations in high school and middle school classrooms, for youth groups and clubs, and at local organizations that support youth. Presentations are based on No Means No, a statewide curriculum that cover topics like Healthy Relationships, Gender Norms and Media, Dating Violence and Technology Safety in Dating Relationships.
We are currently working to implement a popular and effective bystander training program called Green Dot in local high schools. In addition, the Teen Outreach Program also supports additional community-wide awareness events like National Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, Respect Week, National Crime Victim’s Rights Week, mock trials at local high schools covering sexual assault or domestic violence, and bystander intervention training targeted at preventing dating violence, sexual assault and bullying.
For more information or to schedule a presentation,
email Amanda Krier, Director of Empowerment Services at email@example.com
Safe Passage maintains a collection of resource materials on domestic violence, sexual assault and anti-violence issues. Informational lectures, training and films are also available to interested individuals and groups. We also offer presentations on domestic and sexual violence covering a wide range of topics and can tailor subjects to your needs. For more information or to schedule a presentation, contact call 208-664-9303 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crisis intervention training
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Twice a year, we provide a 40-hour training program for anyone who wants to learn comprehensive skills for assisting individuals in crisis. For more information or to enroll, contact call 208-664-9303 or email us at email@example.com.