PARC’s Community-Based Awareness programs are designed to meet the needs of local citizens and groups. The programs are designed to be 30 minutes to 1 hour in duration, are interactive, and often include activities that reinforce the principles of the program.
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Alcohol and Other Date Rape Drugs – This program offers information developed with local law enforcement regarding current date rape drug trends. Also included is information on how to protect yourself and others.
Body Safety – The program is designed for parents and assists them in talking with their children about sexual abuse and the Five Body Safety Rules.
Bullying – This is a No Bully Zone is designed to teach students in grades second through forth about the types of bullying and ways to stop it. Stop Bullying, Parent Tips was created to assist parents in identifying the signs that their child is being bullied.
Bystander Intervention – It Starts with You is designed to educate participants on the importance of bystander intervention. The program discusses intervention, as well as the types of bystanders.
Cyber Safety – Cyberbullying, How Would You Like it? focuses on helping students develop positive behaviors as they encounter friends and classmates in a virtual world. Cyber Safety is a related program to assist parents in navigating this increasingly important issue.
Healthy Relationships – One in three teens will experience some form of abuse in dating relationships. This program focuses on recognizing healthy relationships, as well as, how students can help friends who are experiencing abuse.
HIV and Intimate Partner Violence – Over half of women living with HIV experienced IPV. The program defines HIV and IPV, explores the connection, and gives practical information on how to assist impacted individuals.
Sexual Violence within the LGBT Community – Stop the Stigma seeks to heighten awareness of the unique concerns and factors in the experience of LGBT people impacted by sexual violence.
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