Designed to prevent child sexual assault, CAP utilizes a three-fold approach with teachers, parents and children to prevent child abuse.
YWCA’s Community Education program provides violence prevention education to children from preschool to high school, as well as trainings and workshops on domestic violence and child abuse to professional groups.
All community education workshops and programs can be tailored to fit the specific needs of an audience.
GPS is a strength-based violence prevention education program that uses evidence-based curricula to teach middle-school girls the resiliency skills needed to avoid being victims of violence and promote healthy relationships.
A one-act dramatic presentation that addresses the issue of teen dating violence.
The YWCA’s Outreach and Prevention Program offers violence prevention education services for youth, teens and adults in Central and North Central Massachusetts.
Our violence prevention services educate the community by equipping individuals with the skills to resist violence and abuse and promote healthy, non-violent interaction.
Prevention advocates provide community members and professionals workshops and professional development trainings on the complexity of child abuse and domestic violence.
Intensive training about the complex dynamics of family violence, appropriate intervention, legal recourse, and safety planning and prevention strategies is available for any group.
Participants learn how to recognize, respond, and refer victims they may encounter in their professional roles.
For more information about any of the above services, call our helpline at 508-755-9030.
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