Comprehensive Elementary School Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Education
Play It Safe!® and Think First & Stay Safe® are Evidence-Informed, specialized, age-appropriate child sexual, physical, and emotional abuse and neglect risk reduction programs for children ages pre-school through 5th grade and are in compliance with Erin’s Law. Play It Safe!® and Think First & Stay Safe® are best practice comprehensive prevention programs that effectively educate and empower children to recognize, interrupt, and report unsafe, uncomfortable, and confusing behaviors and situations to safe adults. All lesson goals and objectives are accomplished through emphasizing every child’s right to stay safe from sexual, physical, emotional abuse and neglect, harassment, bullying/cyberbullying, and being a victim of grooming, by teaching and practicing proven prevention strategies that include assertiveness, advocacy, and increasing a child’s self-efficacy in reporting inappropriate actions. Each grade level includes a variety of take-away resources and materials in English and Spanish, so children and their families can reinforce these concepts at home.
Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programs
CAPA is capable of offering these programs to youth in many types of settings including church youth groups, schools, community groups, and after-school programs. All of these programs are offered free of charge.
- Making A Difference! An Abstinence-Based Approach to Prevention of STDs, HIV and Teen Pregnancy
- Making Proud Choices! A Safer-Sex Approach to HIV/STDs and Teen Pregnancy Prevention
- Safer Choices is a school-based, twenty-session HIV, STD, and pregnancy prevention program first developed by the Centers for Disease Control. This is a science-based, proven-effective program.
- Faith-Based Sexuality Programs are available to your faith-based organization upon request. Materials include lectures, videos, games, and group processing. Ask about the Keeping the Faith/Keeping It Real program.
Mandated Reporter is a presentation for professionals who are required by law to report child abuse and neglect. This presentation is also good for individuals who want to know more information about child abuse and neglect. Through the PowerPoint presentation and handouts, participants will learn about the different types of child abuse and neglect and the most common signs. Participants will also learn how to handle a child disclosing abuse or neglect to them: how to react, who to report to, and what laws apply to them. This presentation is about one hour in length.