School-Based Prevention

Empowering Schools to Combat Teen Dating Violence and Sexual Assault

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Teen dating violence doesn’t wait for adulthood; it starts in middle and high schools. The choices and behaviors young people develop during these formative years can have a lasting impact on their relationships and well-being as adults. By addressing these issues early, we can break the cycle of violence and promote healthier, safer futures.

Our Programs:

We’re proud to offer two essential programs tailored to the needs of middle and high school students:

  • The Fourth R
    • This curriculum empowers students with critical life skills such as assertive communication, consent, and the importance of setting and respecting boundaries. The Fourth R prepares students not only for healthier relationships but for success in life by teaching them essential interpersonal skills. 
    • 6-12 one hour sessions offered every week 
    • Great for groups of about 6-20 students
  • Comprehensive Sexual Health Education: 
    • Our program aligns with the California Healthy Youth Act standards of 2016, ensuring compliance with state requirements. It provides age-appropriate, evidence-based education that covers a wide range of topics, including sexual health, consent, healthy relationships, and more.
    • Offered through 8 consecutive sessions

We also offer presentations on a one-time or recurring basis and have a range of topics to choose from, including:

  • Healthy Relationships
  • Abusive Relationships
  • Digital Abuse
  • LGBTQ+ Abusive Relationships
  • Breaking Down Toxic Masculinity
  • How to Help a Friend in an Abusive Relationship


Contact Us:

Ready to make a difference? Contact [email protected] today to learn more about how our programs can benefit your school and empower your students for a brighter future. 

Together, we can take an active role in preventing teen dating violence and sexual assault.

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