Prevention Education Services
Project Hope works with community partners, including the schools in our four service areas, to provide violence prevention education for children, teens, teachers, parents and community members.
Our educators use evidence-based curricula and facilitation to engage participants in one or multiple sessions. We provide this programming in flexible formats to adapt to the needs of a particular site and have the most potential impact.
In addition to programming, we also work in tandem with allied professionals to understand the issues that are present in our community and cultivate a shared approach in making a difference.
Examples of Program Topics:
- Safe Dating
- Dating Abuse
- Bystander Intervention
- Gender Identity & Stereotypes
- Emotion Management
- Non-Violent Communication
- Preventing Sexual Violence
Examples of Program Formats:
- Training for teachers and/or professionals
- Church-based training or presentation
- Community-based training or presentation
- Parent Workshop
- Classroom Session(s)
- After School Club
- Awareness events or campaigns
- Awareness Art Projects
If you would like to work with us on a project, classroom session or training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.