Educating the public is one of the most effective tools for reducing domestic violence. Laurel House’s Community Education department provides free, no-cost trainings, interactive professional development, and other speaking engagements. Suggested audiences include: parents, educators, classroom (middle school, high school, college), athletes, coaches, student organizations, faith leaders, medical staff, law enforcement, youth groups Greek Life, etc.
Our highly trained staff and volunteers can provide customized trainings on any of the following topics:
The content of each presentation can be adjusted to meet the needs and focus of your particular group.
Friendship Fundamentals and Healthy Relationships Program
Nearly 1 in 3 teens will experience some form of physical, verbal, emotional, or sexual abuse within a dating relationship. Laurel House offers Prevention Education Programs to help keep young people informed and safe within their friendships and dating relationships.
Typically presented in schools (middle schools through college settings), this curriculum covers:
Click here for full descriptions of each of the available school programs.
If you’d like to schedule a presentation, contact Lydia Lynes at firstname.lastname@example.org