Someplace Safe offers a variety of educational opportunities to fit the needs of our partners and communities. Educational partners include schools, treatment facilities, and in-patient care facilities.
Trained staff can provide research-based curriculum and educational opportunities to individuals, students, and groups of all ages.
These include but are not limited to:
- Body Safety – (K-3) Teaches children the difference between good touches and not so good touches, good secrets and bad secrets, good feelings and not so good feelings. Children will learn ways to respond when something happens that makes them feel uncomfortable.
- “Cut It Out®” – dedicated to mobilizing salon professionals and others to fight the epidemic of domestic abuse in communities by building awareness and training salon professionals to recognize warning signs and safely refer clients, colleagues, friends and family to local resources.
- Digital Dangers
- Elder Abuse
- Healthy Relationships
- “In Their Shoes” – Scenario-based training designed to help participants talk about what dating is like for today’s teens – from their perspective. Participants will become teen characters, make choices about their relationships, and see what happens. Training provides a snapshot of unhealthy teen relationships and generates thoughtful discussion about what is happening in unhealthy relationships and what opportunities exist to support those experiencing them.
- “Safe Dates” – An Adolescent Dating Abuse Prevention Curriculum (4-10 sessions)
No time for a presentation? Staff or trained volunteers may be available to hand out information at your school, place of worship, special event or other locations throughout our communities.
Someplace Safe asks that all requests be made at least two weeks prior to the training date. Fees may apply.
If you would like to request an educational opportunity, please complete the Request Form below.
For more specific information or questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please allow time for a staff person to respond.