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Educational Opportunities

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 presentations to individuals, students, and groups of all ages.

Available presentations include:

  • Someplace Safe Agency Overview – Brief overview of Someplace Safe and its services.
  • Parenting Time Center Overview – Brief overview of Someplace Safe’s Parenting Time Centers and their services.
  • Advocacy Overview – Brief overview of Someplace Safe’s Advocacy Program and services.
  • Thrift Store Overview – Brief overview of Someplace Safe’s Thrift Stores.
  • Domestic Violence 101 - Participants will gain an increased understanding of Domestic Violence, covering topics including: local prevalence and trends, potential indicators, safety planning, prevention, and ideas for community awareness.
  • Sexual Violence 101 - Participants will gain an increased understanding of Sexual Violence, covering topics including: local prevalence and trends, potential indicators, prevention, and ideas for community awareness.
  • Sexual Violence Prevention - This presentation offers an overview of sexual violence, discusses effective consent and healthy relationships, and provides ideas for keeping yourself and others safe.
  • Human Trafficking 101 - Participants will gain an increased understanding of Human Trafficking, specifically as it occurs within local and rural settings, along with ideas for community awareness.
  • Child Neglect and Abuse – Participants will gain an increased understanding of Child Abuse, covering topics including: local trends, potential indicators, and ideas for community awareness.
  • Abuse in Later Life - Participants will gain an increased understanding of Abuse in Later Life, covering topics including: local trends, potential indicators, safety planning, prevention, and ideas for community engagement.
  • Exploitation and Safety of Vulnerable Adults - Participants will gain an understanding of abuse of vulnerable adults, including: terminology, prevalence, indicators of abuse and ways to help.

Healthy Relationships and Violence Prevention

  • Healthy Relationships - (Elementary or Middle/High School) - Teaches children and teens about different types of relationships and what classifies them as healthy or unhealthy. Teaches healthy communication and boundaries, as well as digital safety. Discusses ways to help yourself or a friend if you or they are in an unhealthy relationship.
  • Body Safety – (Grades Pre-K-3) Teaches children the difference between good touches and not so good touches, good secrets and not so good secrets, good feelings and not so good feelings. Children will learn ways to respond when something happens that makes them feel uncomfortable.
  • Not a #Number (Grades 7-12) – Middle School and High School - Not a #Number is an interactive, five-module prevention curriculum designed to teach youth how to protect themselves from human trafficking and exploitation through information, critical thinking, and skill development. Not a #Number uses a holistic approach focusing on respect, empathy, individual strengths, and the relationship between personal and societal pressures that create or increase vulnerabilities.
  • Safe Harbor 101 - This presentation provides an overview of Safe Harbor laws and services available across the state and locally. The presentation includes information on who is eligible for services and how to make a referrals.
  • Exploitation and Safety for Youth – Participants will gain an understanding of the realities and risks of relationships, including healthy boundaries, vulnerabilities and risk factors, online safety and more.
  • Exploitation and Safety for Adults – Participants will gain an understanding of the realities and risks of relationships, including healthy boundaries, vulnerabilities and risk factors, online safety and more.

Higher Ed

  • Green Dot (college campuses) - Green Dot approaches all students, staff, administrators, and faculty as allies in the prevention of dating violence, sexual violence and stalking. This college-based bystander intervention curriculum encourages everyone to commit to individual responsibility to create a safe campus culture that is intolerant of violence.

Community Panels

Experienced speakers are available to serve on or help arrange opportunities for criminal justice or community awareness panel discussions/presentations on any of the above topics. Contact for more information.


Request a Presentation

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.

Education Request Form

For more specific information or questions, contact us at trainingeducation@someplacesafe.info. Please allow time for a staff person to respond.


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