Additional Prevention Tools: For more information on the DO YOU or other prevention program please contact Sabra Mitchell. We offer a range of free trainings, presentations, activities, and workshops that help build awareness of domestic violence issues, healthy relationships, and intervention strategies.
We believe that prevention of domestic violence begins with awareness of healthy and unhealthy relationship patterns.
Please allow at least 30 days after the request is received to process.
Requests are met based on Teen Voice facilitator availability.
Safe House Center’s Teen Voice program takes pride in providing dating violence, consent, and healthy relationship education to the community.
Complete the following form to request Safe House Center’s Teen Voice program at your classroom or organization.
They include interactive activities and group work to bring awareness to dating violence. Also distribute resources for help if they are in an abusive relationship or know someone that is.
The curriculum for this program uses primary prevention principles through creative expression to create a strategy to stop violence before it starts.
Each of the ten sessions uses experiential activities to build resilience in youth by helping teens build compassion, learn to model fairness and equality, and to feel valued by one’s community to name a few.
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