PPC Violence Free Network’s Prevention Education program is dedicated to reducing the incidence of violence in the community. We provide educational programs that focus on recognizing warning signs and developing strategies to implement changes in behaviors and attitudes.

PPC’s core programs are available free of charge. These usually take 1-2 sessions to complete. They are:

Pre-School

  • Anger Management
  • C.A.P.P. (Child Assault Prevention Program)
  • Hands Are Not For Hitting

K-5th Grades

  • Anger Management
  • Bullying
  • C.A.P.P. (Child Assault Prevention Program)
  • Internet Safety
  • Self-Esteem
  • Too Good For Violence
  • Too Good For Drugs and Violence After School Program

Middle School

  • Anger Management
  • B.E.S.T. Relationships
  • Bullying
  • Internet Safety

Middle School (cont.)

  • Peer on Peer Harassment
  • Relationship Skills
  • Respect Works
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Statutory Rape
  • Too Good For Violence

Senior High

  • Anger Management
  • Dating Violence
  • Date Rape Drugs
  • Respect Works
  • Internet Safety
  • S.A.F.E. Dates
  • Statutory Rape
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Elevatus: Sexual Education for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

(All programs can be adapted for Life Skills and Alternative Education classrooms.)

TOO GOOD PROGRAMS

Too Good for Violence is a school-based violence prevention program for grades K-8 that provides a framework to teach, model, discuss and celebrate positive character traits.  This program helps students learn the skills and attitudes they need to get along peacefully with others.

The Too Good Programs were developed by the Mendez Foundation and are Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) approved. Logic Models for these programs can be provided.

Safe Dates is the only evidence-based curriculum that prevents dating abuse.  It is a highly engaging and interactive curriculum that is designed to raise student awareness of what constitutes healthy and abusive dating relationships; the causes and consequences of an abusive relationship; and to equip students with the skills to develop healthy dating relationships.

Safe Dates was designated as a Model Program by SAMHSA.  It was selected for the National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP).

Adult Workshops

  • Domestic & Sexual Violence Information
  • Effects of Family Violence on Kids
  • How to Talk to your Kids About Healthy Dating Relationships
  • Active Parenting
  • Stalking
  • Workplace Violence
  • Developmental Disabilities and Sexuality 101
  • Elevatus: Sexual Education for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

Programs are available to any group including parents, teachers, churches, schools, law enforcement, civic organizations, medical personnel.

For more information please call PPC at 814-676-5476.