The Children’s Advocacy Center offers child abuse prevention programs for children from pre-school to high school. We also offer training to adults about the Mandatory Reporting Law, including signs and indicators of child abuse.
Child abuse prevention presentations range in topics, and are specific to the age and/or grade of the students. These presentations encourage children to know that it is okay to tell a trusted adult and ask for help immediately, and removes the stigma, shame, and secrecy that often surrounds children and their families experiencing abuse
Child Abuse Prevention Presentations:
Children learn to Recognize, Resist, and Report Abuse by:
Internet Safety Presentations:
Kinder to 5th: Teaches basic computer etiquette and encourages children to keep personal information private, not to share pictures, not to tolerate bad language, and report anything that makes them uncomfortable to an adult.
Middle School and up: Teaches the importance of reporting unsafe computer use, including cyberbullying, sexting, and internet predators.
Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse Training (Adults- parents, caretakers, professionals, etc.)
For more information, please contact Nicole Begay, Prevention Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org
All programs are offered at no cost and need your support to continue.