24- HOUR CRISIS LINES
Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence
(South County & San Benito County)
1.877.END.SADV (1.877.363.7238)
Youth & Family Crisis Line
(South County)
1.408.683.4118

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Outreach & Education

Community Solutions’ Solutions to Violence programs provide presentations and outreach services to educate schools, groups, and the community on sexual assault, intimate partner abuse, teen dating violence and human trafficking.

 

Sexual Assault 101: a one-hour session provided to community groups and organizations on sexual assault. The presentation focuses on myths and facts, victim blaming, preventive strategies, and overview of services. 

 

Intimate Partner Abuse 101: a one-hour session provided to community groups and organizations on intimate partner abuse. The presentation focuses on myths and facts, victim blaming, preventive strategies, and overview of services. 

 

Human Trafficking 101: a one-hour session provided to community groups and organizations on human trafficking. The presentation focuses on myths and facts, victim blaming, preventive strategies, and overview of services. 

 

Teen Assault Awareness Program (TAAP): over a three days period, each one-hour session is designed to educate middle and high school aged students on sexual assault and teen dating violence. Through interactive activities the sessions focus on preventing sexual assault and teen dating violence, myths and facts, and bystander intervention.

 

Parent Workshops: a one-hour session that focus on how parents can help prevent dating violence in the lives of their children and how to intervene if their child is experiencing dating violence. The workshop covers an overview of teen dating violence, warning signs, how to talk to your teens as well as prevention and intervention strategies.  

 

Teacher In-Services: a one-hour session that focuses on addressing teen dating violence in our schools. The in-service covers an overview of teen dating violence, warning signs, how to address it with students, and how teachers and counselors can educate their students on dating violence. 

 

Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) program: a one-hour classroom presentation, which includes interactive role plays designed to educate children ages 5-11 or grades K-5 and empower them to recognize and deal effectively with potentially abusive situations. Parental permission slips are required in order for children to participate in the presentation and a teacher must be present. 

 

All of our Outreach and Education programs are available in English and Spanish. Presentations are based on availability and may include a fee. For more information or to schedule a presentation program, please contact Erica Elliot at 408.776.6246 or Erica.Elliot@communitysolutions.org.