You can help reduce the risk of child sexual abuse in your community by teaching a prevention class. Each of our educational resources was developed in collaboration with licensed mental health clinicians and community leaders. You can download the materials and teach a group, request a class from us, or train to become a Volunteer Community Educator. Read more to explore our free resources to learn how to reduce child sexual abuse and teach others to do the same.
Community Education Classes
Why Teaching or Attending a Class Is Important
Each discussion guide includes:
- Materials you need to both inform and invite others to take action.
- Step-by-step outlines for each discussion, which you can follow or adapt.
- Education provided in an easy-to-use video.
- Specific questions that help you facilitate discussions pertinent to your group and their experiences.
Gather a Group to Teach
With our education, we make it easy to teach groups you are already connected to. Our plug-and-play curriculum lets you gather a group and teach the classes yourself. Below are some tips for how to get started.
Request a Class
Most of our classes are delivered virtually and available worldwide. To get started, fill out your information below, and we will be in touch to schedule your class.
Train as a Volunteer Community Educator and Help Us Teach!
While anyone can use our discussion guides to teach a group they are already a part of, our Volunteer Community Educators (VCEs) go through extra training to be prepared to gather and teach a variety of groups. They are also a key part of our ability to respond to community groups who request classes. VCEs are also connected with community groups requesting classes. If you are committed to this cause and can teach one to two classes a month, sign up below for more information.