This resource guide provides a brief listing of those topics available for presentations.
Pre-School Level: Children in this early development stage can learn rules about touching, stranger awareness, bullying and gun safety rules.
Elementary Level: Topics for this age group include: personal safety, rules about touching, stranger awareness, bullying, anger management, recognizing sexual abuse, diversity, school violence, Internet safety and gun safety.
Middle School Level: Participants in this age level can select from these topics: recognizing sexual abuse, bullying, anger mangement, sexual harassment, building healthy relationships, diversity, school violence, sexting,Internet safety and conflict resolution without violence.
Secondary Level: Programs in this age group include: dating violence, date and aquaintance rape, date rape drugs, sexual harassment, diversity, anger mangement, peer-on-peer harassment, building healthy relationships, Internet safety, sexting, school violence, conflict resolution without violence, stalking, confronting drunk driving and gun safety.
Post Secondary Level: Areas that can be addressed for this audience include: sexual harassment, date and aquaintance rape, date rape drugs, diversity, stalking, anger mangement, Internet safety, sexting, mandated reporting, confronting drunk driving and children and divorce.
Professional Trainings: Trainings and workshops can be conducted for direct service providers, teachers and other professionals in the community on these topics: mandated reporting, anger mangement, sexual harassment, stalking, signs of victimization and the effects of abuse, elder abuse, diversity, school violence, and children and divorce.
Community Organizations: Any civic organization, church group or service club may also request programs from any of the available topics. Speakers will accommodate meeting times and schedules if necessary.